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Jersey offers a beautiful paradise of unspoilt countryside and coast with the sea never more than ten minutes away

Jersey, part of the UK well no, not really.  Jersey forms part of the Channel Islands and is actually a Crown dependency located near the French coast. Jersey has its own unique international identity distinct from the UK but evidence of the influence of both France and England is everywhere.  For the visitor Jersey offers a beautiful paradise of unspoilt countryside and coast with the sea never more than ten minutes away  - the island actually measures a mere nine miles by five miles. 

Jersey is the largest of the group known as the Channel Islands and offers a rich yet gentle historical tour of the relationship between France and England over the last one thousand years.  History is everywhere demonstrated in recent times by the Jersey War Tunnels and a trip to the island is not complete without a visit to this incredible site resting deep within the hillside in St. Peter’s Valley.  Occupied by the Nazis for the entire duration of the Second World War, these tunnels were built as barracks and an ammunition store and today tell the story of that occupation of Jersey in an insightful and engaging way. 

A fusion of English heritage, French flair, fantastic scenery and a tranquil pace of life make for a very inviting holiday destination and Jersey offers an unspoiled Englishness with a dash of continental verve, the perfect destination for all types of holidaymaker, something for everyone.