Jersey has wide range of activities and events that will keep the entire family business through out the year. We will list just a few of them here, however, as part of the Relocate.je service you will be provided with an extensive list of every available activity as part of your welcome pack.
As an Island there are obviously plenty of water based activities that will appeal to both young and older children as well as the adults.
Cycle in Jersey
There are a multitude of beautiful places to take a cycle ride in Jersey and with a maximum speed limit of just 40 miles an hour in Jersey the roads are a safe option even for younger cyclists (in fact most country lanes have a 15mph, 20mph and 30mph speed limit. There are also the old Railway track (that used to be the old Jersey railway which no longer exists), a gravel track that also offer miles of stunning countryside views and a very safe option to cycle on.
Durrell Wildlife Park
Yes Jersey even has its own world renowned zoo set in 32 acres and home to 130 exotic, endangered species. Devoted to protecting these animals the zoo is at the forefront of animal preservation and is famous for being set up by Gerald Derrell.
Mont Orgueil Castle
Built to protect the Island from invasion form France, the island benefits from several castles and forts, which Mont Orgueil Castle being the largest (locally know as Gorey Castle due to its location).
Jersey has some of Europes most beautiful beaches and as an islander you will be lucky enough to take advantage of them when ever you want. Our favourite is St Brelades bay which is absolutely stunning for a day out at the beach, of if you prefer to try surfing then St Ouens bay is the best beach ft catch big waves.
The Jersey War Tunnels