Water babies: Before the age of cheap European flights, Jersey was where wannabe surfers earned their stripes - which isn’t surprising with 45 miles of coastline! St Ouen’s is the best place to catch a wave but Bouley Bay takes the crown for scuba diving adventures.
Country bumpkins: There’s plenty of ground to cover during your trip to Jersey. Home to its fair share of rural charms, wander the many footpaths along its rocky headland or pack a picnic and head for its photogenic valleys and country lanes.
Foodies: Lauded for its spuds, these home-grown delights are just one of the island’s gastronomic highlights. Seaside shacks serve the freshest crab and are perfect for casual sittings. But if you’re after a Michelin star experience, St Helier is home to one of the UK’s leading restaurants.