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The Weather in Jersey
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During July, maximum temperatures climb above 20°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 4° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Jersey holiday cottages: feel at home in the Channel Islands
Welcome to Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands. This quaint stretch of land measures just 119 square kilometers and, although affiliated with the UK, is an independent entity with its own system of government.
Jersey is renowned across Europe for its balance of English and French cultures, castles, beaches and walking trails. Rent a Jersey holiday cottage for a relaxing self-catering holiday and discover what this amazing island has to offer, from its deeply embedded history to its beautiful sandy coves.
Getting to Jersey
Most visitors reach Jersey by air, landing at Jersey Airport, about 8km from St Helier, the island's capital. The number 15 bus or convenient taxi links are available to bring you to your Jersey holiday letting. Alternatively, you could rent a car at the airport for a quicker and more independent journey.
You can also travel to Jersey by ferry, meaning you can bring your own car to the island if you wish. Ferries depart from mainland England, France and other islands such as Guernsey, Jersey’s neighbour. All of these ferries will bring you directly into St Helier.
However you choose to travel to this wonderful spot, the island’s small size and good transport network will allow you to reach your Jersey holiday cottage with ease.
Local cuisine in Jersey
The local cuisine of the Channel Islands primarily includes delicious and fresh selections of seafood. Many traditional restaurants in Jersey will serve an array of dishes containing fish and shellfish. You can also select from principally French or English style restaurants, both serving traditional foods from their originating countries.
On top of this, there are many international options on the island, so you've got plenty to choose from. Worldly highlights include Thai takeaway right on the beach at the Dicq Shack, an Indian feast at Jaipur or Italian-style pizza with unbeatable views across the bay at Pizza Express in St Brelade.
Weather in Jersey
Locals like to boast that Jersey has the hottest climate in the British Isles. Its roximity to continental Europe and the Gulf Stream result in warm summers and mild winters. The ocean surrounding the island moderates its temperature, so it is almost always pleasant in Jersey.
It's not only the warm weather that attracts people to this island but also the many opportunities to enjoy the sunshine. Countless beaches, walking tracks and picturesque Jersey holiday cottages make the island a dream during summer. Be sure to check out the golden sands of St Ouen's Bay, popular with surfers and anybody wishing to soak up some rays.
Jersey's top sights
Jersey is known across Europe and the world for its amazing sights and sublime natural landscapes. The island's historic castles are firm favourites among visitors. Mont Orgueil (also known as Gorey Castle) is an early 13th century castle built upon a site which had been fortified since prehistoric times. Elizabeth Castle is another incredible structure, a 16th century island fortress located in the sweeping St Aubin's Bay on the south coast.
Another awe-inspiring location is the immense La Hougue Bie. This stone construction is one of the largest neolithic graves and ritual sites in western Europe, dating back to over 5,500 years ago. All of these and more can be easily reached from a Jersey holiday cottage.
Art and culture in Jersey
Jersey has a rich historical and contemporary arts scene, with culture and heritage influenced by both the French and the English. The Jersey Museum and Art Gallery is the best way to experience some local culture and art, with artefacts dating back 250,000 years to when the first settlers arrived on the island. Here you will find fascinating Ice Age relics, famous works by artists such as Claude Cahun, and a comprehensive 19th century museum.
If you fancy an evening out at the theatre then visit the Jersey Opera House, a beautiful early 20th century performance space located in St Helier. What is better than a classy night out in town followed by a comfortable and relaxing night in your Jersey holiday cottage?
What to do in Jersey
St. Brelade's Bay Beach
St Brelade's, located on the south-west corner of the island, is considered one of the most beautiful areas in Jersey. Make sure to stop in at the church situated at the end of the bay, a must-see for those spending the day there.
Jersey War Tunnels
Jersey was one of the few UK localities occupied by the Germans in WWII, and this former underground hospital is a stark reminder. Exploring the site makes for a fascinating day out.
Durrell Wildlife Park
This natural beauty spot is said to be one if the sunniest in the British Isles. Get up close with the animals and go on a camping adventure.
Perched atop a rock off the coast of Brelade's Bay, this beautiful lighthouse offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding area.
This pretty castle is situated on a tidal island and can only be reached at low tide.
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