Jersey enjoys some of the most varied landscape in only 45 square miles you could find anywhere in the world. From the cliffs on the north coast, home to many birds including puffins, to the golden sand beaches on the south coast. Or the wind blown dunes on the west, that are now a conservation area with abundant flora including some very rare Orchids, to the offshore reefs of the east coast where the 40ft tidal movements, some of the largest in the world, makes these magical places, not only diverse in landscape and sea life, but one of the most beautiful places for a walking holiday, and has been declared a Ramsar site.

Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust also has its home on Jersey. Set in 45 acres of beautiful parkland are some of the world’s most endangered animals. For more information please visit –

Parks & Gardens

– Howard Davis Park, St Helier
– Les Jardins de la Mer, St. Helier
– Coronation (Millbrook) Park, St. Lawrence


– St. Brelades Bay
– St. Ouens Bay
– Beauport Bay, St Brelade
– Plemont Bay, St Ouen