In association with: Visit Jersey
If your clients are looking to make the most of their time away this summer and say goodbye to travel stress, then look no further than the sun-kissed island of Jersey, which is welcoming visitors now.
From May 28, visitors who are fully vaccinated and arriving from green or amber regions in the UK can take a free PCR test on arrival and enjoy their holiday straight away without self-isolating. And no isolation is required when returning home, making Jersey a hassle-free destination.
Adventures on land
Wherever you are in Jersey, the beach is never more than 10 minutes away. From the towering cliffs and rugged rocks of Plémont in the north, to the popular sandy St. Brelade’s Bay in the south, there’s a beach for everyone on the island. You can enjoy being in the great outdoors in Jersey.
Hiring bikes is easy and cyclists can roam as they please
Whether it’s exploring picturesque harbours, hiking the cliffs or strolling across the beach at low tide, there’s always somewhere new to discover. A great way to get around is on two wheels. Hiring bikes is easy and cyclists can roam as they please on a number of peaceful lanes across the interior or around the coastline, while bespoke cycling tours are also available.
Foodie cycling routes are already mapped out for those who want to fuel up along the way. Jersey is the sunniest spot in the British Isles, so alfresco dining is part and parcel of a trip to the island. Pick up some fresh produce and take a picnic to one of the many beautiful beaches to enjoy sweeping views over the sea.
Alternatively, sample fresh seafood from harbourside restaurants at St. Aubin, or opt for a sea view at one of the beachside cafes. When the sun goes down, head to St. Ouen’s Bay and take in the golden hour with a drink in your hand.
Did you know?
Jersey has a network of quiet Green Lanes where walkers, cyclists and horse riders have priority over motorists.
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