One of the warmest places in the British Isles and the most southerly of the Channel Islands – Jersey is a haven for all things good. When I think of Jersey, my thoughts turn to warm sunny days, yachts and sail boats creating pretty pictures in the St Helier marinas. And, of course, whether strolling around St Helier browsing the boutiques, sat on one of Jersey’s many beaches or exploring the green and lush countryside, there is always time to enjoy a Jersey ice cream, which I think can be included in the delicacies that are Jersey home-grown.
So what is the best way to explore Jersey? Car, cycle, boat or by foot: the answer? All are great ways to explore this beautiful island – a total land mass of 45 square miles, measuring nine miles by five miles, Jersey proves good things certainly do come in small packages! Old English charm, a sophisticated cosmopolitan vibe and good old seaside fun are a few of the things that make Jersey such a special place.