Jersey is a soothing and a peaceful island, offering many stunning beaches and an enormous selection of popular tourist attractions. Measuring 118.2 square kilometers, its located in the English Channel and is the largest and southernmost of the Channel Islands. This island has unspoiled landscape and unique blend of British and French influences. Its having a rich culture and varied landmarks belonging to different periods. Jersey has some of the most immaculate beaches, including St. Brelade's, St. Ouen's and St. Aubin's, which has excellent tropical climate and offer delicious seafood restaurants and relaxation to visitors.
Nature has bestowed incredible wonders over this island and blessed it with extraordinary flora and fauna. Islands rare wildlife and bird species will certainly astound tourists. Vegetation is also very striking and diverse here, with few exceptional orchids and tropical plants. St. Helier is the islands capital, providing exceptional tourism, with contemporary and exclusive spa hotels, offering tourists leisure and excellent facilities and making their trip a memorable one. Mont Orgueil Castle, a 13th-century fortress, Jersey Museum, La Corbiere Lighthouse, Elizabeth Castle, St. Aubin's Fort and the medieval ruins of Grosnez Castle are popular attractions and must-visit locations at Jersey Island.