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Jersey - The Island Of Flowers

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TJUSSBCJ

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

​Just 19 miles from France, Jersey, 'the island of flowers', effortlessly combines European sophistication with traditional British charm. Explore St Helier, learn about the island's German Occupation and discover more in nearby Guernsey.

​Just 19 miles from France, Jersey, 'the island of flowers', effortlessly combines European sophistication with traditional British charm. Explore St Helier, learn about the island's German Occupation and discover more in nearby Guernsey.

PRICE FROM ? £829 per person
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What's Included

  • ​Just You Tour Manager as your host
  • Standard-class return catamaran sailing from Poole
  • 4 nights half board in a 3-star hotel
  • 8 meals: 4 breakfasts, 4 dinners
  • All excursions included 
  • Welcome drink
  • Overseas transfers & other transportation
  • Porterage
  • ​Jersey
  • Guernsey
  • Jersey War Tunnels

Not Included

Itinerary

  • DAY 1 Poole to Jersey
  • ​Meet your Tour Manager and travelling companions at Poole Harbour for the catamaran crossing to Jersey. On arrival, transfer by coach to your hotel, where you can enjoy a welcome drink and dinner this evening.​
  • DAY 2 Jersey
  • ​With its warm climate and history of flower cultivation, Jersey, the 'island of flowers', is the perfect place for growing everything from carnations to orchids – look out for them today on our included full-day tour.
    Departing from St Helier, we'll visit St Aubin's Bay, with its long sweep of beach. Then it's onwards to St Brelade's Bay, Jersey's busiest resort. Look out for the quaint church at one end of the bay. We also pass Corbiere Lighthouse, perched dramatically on the headland and connected to the mainland by a causeway. St Ouen's Bay, to the west of the island, is a surfer's paradise, while Greve de Lecq, on the northern coast, boasts dramatic high cliffs.
    The village of Gorey is situated on the nearest headland to France. Stop for a while to admire the harbour, with the castle of Mont Orgueil perched above. We'll return to St Helier via the tranquil La Rocque Harbour and picturesque St Clement's Bay. Our tour also includes a visit to the famous Jersey Pearl Centre.
  • DAY 3 Guernsey
  • ​Guernsey boasts a rich architectural and maritime heritage, and our included tour takes in scenic harbours, quaint cottages, beautiful countryside and sandy beaches.
    There's also plenty of free time to discover the island's delights for yourself. The capital, St Peter Port, is a vibrant harbour town offering bistros, restaurants and boutiques – as well as unexpected attractions for visitors such as the Guernsey Tapestry, a series of 10 colourful panels created to celebrate the arrival of the new millennium. Perhaps you'll sample a delicious traditional cream tea while you're here, or spend time on the sandy beaches.
  • DAY 4 Jersey War Tunnels
  • ​Enjoy an included half-day tour of the fascinating Jersey War Tunnels this morning. Jersey and Guernsey were the only British soil to be occupied by German troops during the Second World War, and this absorbing historical attraction depicts this story.
  • DAY 5 Jersey to Poole
  • ​Your holiday draws to a close today and you'll transfer to the quay for your return crossing to Poole Harbour. ​
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Accommodation

    • The Norfolk Lodge Hotel
    • Fringed by palm trees, the 3-star Norfolk Lodge Hotel is one of St Helier’s landmark buildings. This well-established, popular hotel is perfectly situated for exploring the shops and sights of the town centre, a short 10-minute walk away. Hotel amenities include an indoor swimming pool, sun terrace, bar and restaurant. Bedrooms have private facilities, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee-making facilities.
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Optional Excursions

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Further Information

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