Visit Jersey

Welcome to the curiously Brit…(ish) island of Jersey. A place that’s familiar, yet ever so slightly exotic.  Situated 140km south of Britain and 20km off the French coast, Jersey’s continental curiosities are waiting to be discovered in every corner of our small island.

Getting to Jersey is a breeze. Take a short ferry crossing from Poole or Portsmouth in the UK, or if travelling from France, sail directly from St. Malo or Granville. Visitors can jump on a flight from over 20 airports, and in no time they’ll feel the sand between their toes as the sun sinks over the warmest part of the British Isles.

Discover an intriguing landscape where wooded lanes meet sheltered bays, where craggy coastlines merge with the Atlantic Ocean, or find freedom and get away from the crowds with a choice of over 24 beaches with soft sands and clear waters, perfect for a lazy summers day.

Hungry visitors will not be disappointed, with a wide range of farm stalls, food markets and restaurants bursting with unique Jersey produce. From famous Jersey Royals to fresh oysters, not forgetting Jersey’s famed cream teas made so special by Jersey’s rich dairy products.  

Jersey’s storied past stretches all the way back to the Ice Age and is ripe for those looking for adventure. Home to the world’s 10th oldest building, which predates the Egyptian pyramids, captivating museums and well-preserved medieval castles. There is something for everyone…so you see...

Jersey’s not quite British…we’re Brit…(ish)



Director: Amanda Burns
Tel: +44 (0) 1534 859000

Head of Trade : Sarah Barton
Phone: : 07969793938
Email: :


3 Commercial Street
St Helier
T: +44 (0) 1534 859000


Visit Jersey

Travelling to Jersey.

There is no testing, isolation, or travel forms for all arriving visitors, regardless of vaccination status and age.

Staying in Jersey.

Please note that masks are mandatory:

  • in the airport and harbour
  • on public transport – local buses and taxis

Some retail outlets may retain a policy for wearing masks, even though it is not mandatory.

Do check with your travel providers for specific rules that may apply.

Visitors – testing.

Currently if you test positive whilst in Jersey, the period of time you will need to isolate depends on whether you still have symptoms and your vaccination status (or if you are aged under 12). Depending on your status you may be able to provide negative lateral flow tests to reduce your isolation period. Full details can be found here. From 31 March if you test positive there will be no mandatory requirement to isolate it will be guidance only.