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Jersey Ferry

 
   
     
 

 
     
 

Jersey Overview

   
Jersey, with an area of 47 square miles is the largest of the Channel Islands and is a British Crown Dependency off the coast of Normandy. Jersey lies much closer to France (about 14 miles) than Britain (87 miles south of UK).
 
However, Jersey benefits from being the most southerly island in the British Isles surrounded by some of the cleanest beaches in Europe. The coastal scenery is constantly changing as some of the highest tides in the world wash over the beaches twice a day. With such variety and unspoilt countryside, you'll be pleasantly surprised how much Jersey has to offer.
 
Jersey is quirky with distinctive experiences in abundance. It's different, think of Britain with a generous dash of continental Europe and an impressively mild climate to boot, and when it comes to places to visit you have an array of world class attractions and a variety of wonderful events and festivals to choose from.
 
Superb beaches, spectacular seascapes, pretty fishing villages and rolling green landscapes - Jersey has it all but some of the highlights of the island are La Mare Vineyard, Durrell wildlife conservation Trust and zoo, Plemont Bay, Gorey Village, Mont Orgeuil Castle, Seymour tower on La Rocque point, Elizabeth Castle and La Corbiere lighthouse. Jersey also sports sophisticated shopping and spectacular nightlife.
 
Diversity abounds, the locals are friendly and the spectacular and ancient heritage goes back almost 6,000 years providing a mix of natural and cultural treasures. Island tastes also vary from traditional food to fusion cooking based on fabulous harbour-fresh seafood. With more than 200 restaurants across the island you'll find everything from beach cafés to bistros and gastropubs to gourmet dining, all with a tempting array of first class cuisine using quality local produce.
 
Don't leave without trying the seafood. The warm local waters are teeming with life and locally caught turbot, bream and bass feature on most menus, along with lobster, chancre crab, scallops, mussels and Royal bay oysters.

 

Jersey Ferry Port Facilities

Jersey's Ferry port located at St. Helier port offers a number of facilities and is also easily accessible from various directions of the island. There are connections to Poole and Weymouth in England, to St. Malo and Normandy region in France along with connections to the other Channel Islands.
 
Jersey's St. Helier port offers facilities such as a cafeteria, a newsagent, baby changing facilities, bureau de change, pay phones, disabled assistance, an ATM just outside the terminal.
 

Car Parking

A paid car park for short and long stay is available in front of the terminal.
 

Jersey Ferry Port Directions

By Car, take the 2 nd exit at Route De La Liberation roundabout onto La Route Du Port Elizabeth and follow signs to the ferry port.
By Train, there are no trains in Jersey.
By Coach, bus stop in St. Helier is about 10 minutes' walk away from the ferry terminal.
 
Useful Links
 
Official Jersey Ferry Port Website:
www.PortofJersey.Je
 
 

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Ferries to Jersey

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Condor Ferries
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Ferries to Jersey

 

 
Jersey - Guernsey
Jersey - Poole
Jersey - St Malo
Jersey - Barneville-Carteret
Jersey - Sark
Jersey - Alderney
Jersey - Portsmouth
Jersey - Weymouth
Jersey - Granville
 
 

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Ferries to Jersey - Map of Routes
 
 
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