Luxury Campervan & 4* Radisson Blu Waterfront, Jersey
Travel 01 Jun 2022 - 05 Sep 2022
Book by 05 Sep 2022
- 3 nt Luxury Campervan, Jersey - Campervan Self catering
- 4 nt Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, St Helier - Standard inland with Breakfast
- Return taxi transfers from airport to campsite & campsite to hotel and shared transfer hotel to airport are included, as well as campervan and campsite charges
- Child price from £249 per child
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
Campervan Self catering
Enjoy everything that Jersey has to offer as well as turning heads as you travel along by hiring a stylish campervan.
Standard inland with Breakfast
This modern hotel has a fantastic location on the waterfront of St Helier with stunning views of the marina and St Aubin's Bay.
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Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing and are subject to availability. Prices include accommodation with breakfast and travel by air from Gatwick and subject to days of travel and seasonality of operation also Luton, Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow plus from the following airports with the addition of a supplement: Norwich, Stansted, Heathrow, East Midlands, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton, Exeter & Humberside. .
01 Jun 2022 - 24 Jun 2022: £1049
25 Jun 2022 - 05 Sep 2022: £1099
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
Campervan Self catering
Geographically closer to France than England, Jersey is a little bit different and ever so slightly exotic, yet reassuringly familiar too. It’s British pounds and French place names, cream teas and croissants, Breton-style seafood and good ol’ fish and chips.
Full of natural beauty the breathtaking coastline ranges from rugged cliffs in the north to the Atlantic rollers of the windy west and long swathes of golden sand in the south. Inland is equally scenic, with flower- filled meadows, undulating farmland and leafy hidden valleys all linked by tranquil country lanes.
The capital is St Helier and, whilst small, it is a buzzing cosmopolitan harbour town and the main hub for the island’s shopping, eating, entertainment and nightlife.
Jersey is also crammed with award-winning attractions and places to visit. Uncover the island’s past at magnificent castles, emotive war tunnels and hands-on museums that really bring history to life. If that’s not enough, there are fascinating wildlife and adventure parks, quaint fishing villages, beautiful private gardens, luxury spas and not forgetting a tantalising array of outdoor pursuits for all ages and abilities.
Getting around is easy. For maximum flexibility, we recommend hiring a car to seek out hidden beaches, explore the glorious coastline and find some off-the-beaten-track places. Alternatively, an extensive island-wide bus network gives easy access to all the main places of interest. Jersey is also an exceedingly friendly walking and cycling island with a maze of cycle paths, walks and 45 miles of ‘Green Lanes’, which meander through the various parishes.
Famous for food, Jersey’s reputation as a foodie island is growing and embraces everything from Michelin-starred restaurants, chic bistros and gastropubsto farm stalls, village delis and beach cafes.
Standard inland with Breakfast
The streets of St Helier, Jersey's capital, hold a host of hidden delights: sophisticated shops, fascinating museums, historic landmarks, attractive parks, varied nightlife and a mouth-watering selection of restaurants, along with a leisurely pace of life sure to put you in holiday mode.
Jersey Museum & Art Gallery is an ideal introduction to the island, where you can uncover stories of Jersey's colourful history from the ice Age to the German Occupation during World War II. Find out about Jersey's link with the English Crown despite the island's close location to France; listen to Jerrais (Jersey-French) being spoken; learn about the island's traditional farming industry and watch absorbing archive footage of the early years of tourism.
The interactive Maritime Museum occupies a 19th century warehouse and brings to life Jersey's role as a seafaring state through the stories of Jersey people. Also on site is the Occupation Tapestry Gallery, a community work of art depicting islander's personal memories of World War II and their experience of living under German Occupation.
Built on a rocky islet in St Aubin's Bay, Elizabeth Castle has defended Jersey for over 300 years. You can take the amphibious Castle Ferry or walk out along the causeway at low tide. Climb the battlements dating back to the 1590's when Sir Walter Raleigh was Governor of Jersey; explore the grounds which gave refuge to King Charles II during the English Civil War; and uncover the bunkers which were re-fortified to command the sea approaches to Jersey during World War II.
Jersey has many public parks with two of the most popular found within St Helier. Les Jardins de la Mer forms part of the Waterfront area and the gardens boast uninterrupted views across St Aubin's Bay. The centrepiece is a circular water maze and other features include a maritime woodland, rockery, shingle beds and extensive lawns. Howard Davis Park is another popular park within St Helier with sprawling lawns and walled-in rose gardens featuring over 1,600 roses.
Havre de Pas is the closest beach to the centre of St Helier. Sheltered and south facing, there's a tidal pool, lido and Victorian architecture along the coast road. It's particularly popular with families in the summer months and a safe place for swimming. Additionally, Jersey Marine Lake at West Park, is one of the largest marine lakes in the UK and is a great place to enjoy swimming and watersport activities.
St Helier is the main focal point for shopping on the island. The centre's pedestrianised streets, which include King Street, Queen Street, Bath Street and Halkett Street, feature a mix of familiar High Street stores as well as good selection of independent shops and boutiques. You may also like to take a stroll around the characterful Central and Beresford Markets. Both are lively, full of colours and enticing aromas, and home to a wide range of local produce, crafts and goods. Don't forget Jersey has no VAT, although it does have a Goods and Service Tax (GST) which currently stands at 5%.
St Helier boasts a huge variety of restaurants, cafes and bars, and being surrounded by the sea, it will be of no surprise to learn that seafood is a feature on many menus as well as flavoursome local produce. The range of eateries within the town ranges from family-friendly and al fresco bistros to gastropubs and Michelin-starred fine dining. There's also a choice of traditional pubs, funky bars, live music venues and nightclubs too. Entertainment for all the family can be found at the Waterfront Centre, which has a multi-screen cinema and fantastic leisure complex with swimming pool and slides.