Just off France’s north coast lies a little island with a big spirit. Jersey is the perfect destination for customers who are looking for a holiday to feel revitalised, refreshed and rebalanced. As more travellers search for secluded destinations

where they can escape the crowds, Jersey’s appeal shines out and it is just an hour away by flight from the UK. The island is home to incredible rural landscapes, historic attractions, the world-famous Jersey Zoo, superb cuisine, miles of coastline and peaceful beaches which you could have all to yourself. And it’s possible to see all of this while knowing safety is a top priority. Jersey offers the ideal escape for customers who

are longing for an island break with a foreign feel but don’t want to travel too far. At only an hour’s flight from

London and a short journey from other regional airports, it won’t be long before they have escaped the crowds and immersed themselves in nature – the perfect way to feel revitalised after so much time at home.

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Little moments. Big memories Wherever you stay in Jersey, you are never more than 10 minutes from the sea. Keen walkers can head to the island’s north coast, where the rugged cliffs offer sweeping views across the sea below, other Channel Islands and the French coast. Beachgoers will love the south coast, home to some of the island’s most popular bays. Jersey also has an established 350-mile cycle network, so clients can enjoy the outdoors and explore the island at the same time. The cycling routes wind their way along cliffs and through nature reserves, with lots of places to stop along the way.

Jersey is a British island with a unique European influence and visitors can see this first-hand at its many attractions. There are two castles steeped in history

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