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carved steep cliffs and crescent-moon bays, secret coves and rock pools filled with marine life. Few experiences beat walking the spectacular coastal paths,


from cliffs


carpeted with gorse and wildflowers to wide beaches of the softest golden sand. Birds of prey swoop above, while puffins nest in the cliffs and dolphins can sometimes be spotted out to sea. The wild beauty of the coast is often best enjoyed from the water, paddling in a kayak, stand-up paddle boarding, or even coasteering. On the west coast, St Ouen has been welcoming surfers since the 1920s. Inland, walking paths wend their way


through wooded valleys and along country lanes, past pubs that promise delicious lunches and through green fields filled with the island’s famous Jersey cows. For more exotic animals, head to Jersey


Zoo, set up by naturalist and author Gerald Durrell in 1959.


Unique stays Jersey is more than a place to visit, it


is an island that deserves to be


truly experienced. From beachside guesthouses looking out over clear blue waters to country house hotels surrounded by green hills and deep valleys, each accommodation option reveals a different side to the island. It is easy to leave the busy real world behind and soak up the island rhythm at one of Jersey’s chic spa hotels with their pampering, marine-inspired treatments. And holiday homes offer another way to live the island experience – with unique options including the Second World War Corbière Radio Tower, with its 360-degree views, and the refurbished La Crête Fort on the rugged north coast.


Feed your appetite In Jersey, the food is fresher, the flavours are richer and the setting is never less than breathtaking; it doesn’t matter whether you’re visiting a casual beach café, a fine-dining restaurant or a simple farm stall. Where the sea air feeds an appetite, local ingredients can sate it. Rich, creamy milk from Jersey cows creates mouth- watering local cheeses and delightful ice creams. Jersey Royal potatoes grow in soils rich with marine minerals, while local crab, lobster and oysters are plucked right from the island’s clear waters. Farm stalls sell freshly-picked island


vegetables along country lanes, with honesty boxes for payment, while delicatessens sell everything from salted caramel and Jersey sea salt to black butter, pork pies and even Jersey wine – perfect for a seaside picnic.


www.escapetojersey.co.uk


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