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a three night break to Jersey a three-night break to Jersey


to explore, as well as museums and immersive historic attractions such as the Jersey War Tunnels.


Little break. Big escape Jersey is the perfect place to relax and de-stress. There are some excellent hotel spas, where your customers can indulge in treatments to feel revitalised. The serene beaches act as a setting for exploring rock pools, walking and yoga classes, while visitors can also take to the water for paddleboarding and other watersports. And to end a relaxing day, your customers can treat themselves to some of Jersey’s finest cuisine. The island’s location means it’s ideal for seafood – the crystal-clear and clean seawater refreshes the island’s shores twice a day bringing in fresh seafood daily. Jersey has one of the largest tidal ranges in the world, and at low tide the island nearly doubles in size. The Jersey oysters and lobsters are prized by chefs – and you can’t visit without trying its world-famous Jersey Royals and dairy produce. Whether you’re in the mood for crab sandwiches and cakes with a


Visit Jersey is offering one lucky agent a trip to Jersey for three nights in 2021 – including Blue Islands flights – for them and one member of their household, staying at the four-star Hotel de France. To enter, head to go.travelweekly.co.uk/VisitJersey and answer the questions. To find the answers, watch the latest Travel Weekly Roadmap to Recovery Webinar in association with Visit Jersey, or check out the trade resources at business.jersey.com/buy-jersey.


side of sea air at a beach cafe, or inventive international cuisine using fresh local produce surrounded by twinkling fairy lights while the tide draws in and the sun sets over Ouaisné Bay, Jersey is sure to keep foodies satisfied.


Little island. Big spirit Jersey was the first Channel Island to reopen its borders back in July, and with strict safety measures in place on entry and across the island, your customers can feel reassured that they will be taken care of. The process is easy and efficient, with visitors from low-risk areas needing to self-isolate for a matter of hours rather than days until test results are processed. For more information about Jersey’s safety measures and what your customers should do before they travel, visit: jersey.com/visit-safe


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