Hotels in Jersey
L'Horizon Hotel & Spa St. Brelade's Bay Jersey
Situated directly on St. Brelade’s Bay, one of most beautiful beaches in Jersey Channel Islands, L’Horizon Hotel & Spa is a destination like no other. With its soft golden sand, crystal clear waters and clean, fresh air, it has an almost Mediterranean feel.
There is plenty to see and do in Jersey. This county has it all, a selection of top visitors attractions as well as a crystal clear waters and golden sands.
Things to do around St. Brelade's Bay
Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin's Bay, Elizabeth Castle defended Jersey for more than 300 years. Elizabeth Castle is a perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey's history. Work began on the castle in the 1590s and it was home to Sir Walter Raleigh while he was Governor of Jersey. The future King Charles II sought refuge at Elizabeth Castle during the English Civil War.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Saving species from extinction is exactly what Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust has been doing for fifty years. While many think halting the terrifying rate of extinction of animal species is a lost cause, Durrell, as a charitable organisation, has made it our mission to do what we can to protect endangered animals across the planet.
St. Brelade Parish Walk
Jerseys second largest parish, St Brelade, offers a blend of breathtaking scenery with varied urban development. Enjoy spectacular views over St Aubin's, Portelet and St Brelade's bay.
Jersey Battle of Flowers Parade
In 1902 to celebrate the Coronation of Kind Edward Vll and Queen Alexandra Jersey decided to hold a parade. The event was so successful that it was decided to repeat it the following year and a tradition was established. In the early days the floats were mostly horse-drawn and covered in floral decorations. The tradition was to tear a flower off the float and throw it to a lady in the crowd. Flowers were sometimes thrown back and hence Battle was born.