Jersey is an island bursting with sites, culture, and heritage to be explored. It dates to Neolithic times, which means it has a strong history including its invasion by William the Conqueror in 1066 and the German Occupation during World War II.
Unsurprisingly, the island now is a popular spot for tourists, attracting over 720,000 visits a year. Of course, this is helped by the fact the island is surrounded by crystal-clear waters, golden sands and boasts a gorgeous countryside with over 4 sites of specific scientific interest.
Outdoor explorers will be spoilt for choice with Jersey’s National Park that spans over 30miles of Jersey’s coastline. For those looking for more exotic animals to spot, there’s the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Park that is home to over 50 animal species! There really is so much to do on this vibrant island for all ages.