There are currently no COVID-19 related restrictions at Jersey’s border.
Before you travel to Jersey:
- you should check the entry and exit requirements for any country you will travel through on your journey to Jersey
- you should not travel to Jersey if you have COVID-19 symptoms
For the most up to date travel advice from the Government of Jersey, refer to the latest Government of Jersey updates.
Flights to and from Jersey Airport – November 1st 2023 to March 30th 2024
Where an Airport is listed more than once, there are alternative Airlines operating from this Airport
• No passport needed
• French/Continental atmosphere
• Finest British food plus global choice of cuisine
• English speaking so no language problem
• British currency (No exchange needed)
• Short flight duration from 26 British airports
• Excellent sunny climate – but not TOO hot
• Clean streets and parks, no graffiti
• Clean beaches and swimming pools (7 beaches voted cleanest in Europe)
• Very safe – little crime
• No fear of tropical diseases (Malaria etc)
• Pure drinking water – No “Spanish Tummy”
• No lizards or snakes in your bed
• Tornado, hurricane and earthquake free zone
• Driving on left (as UK) using UK licences
• Value for money holidays
• VAT free shopping
• Network of green lanes for cycling (15 miles)
• Exhilarating cliff walks
• World famous attractions eg Gerald Durrell’s Wildlife Conservation Park
• Award winning museums
• Full range of watersports activities
Travelling can be a chore sometimes, but not when you’re heading to Jersey.
You can travel here seamlessly from the rest of the UK and from overseas, with regular air links to Jersey
Wherever you are coming from, travelling to Jersey is convenient and simple, with lots of travel options available. Once here, the islands road network provides good access to all regions and to our many great visitor destinations.
When it comes to exploring Jersey, it’s as much about the journey as the destination. You’ll find that travelling to the main tourist spots is a piece of cake and, with a little careful planning, more remote areas are readily accessible too.
So, now to consider how you’ll get around! Luckily, the island is well connected by an extensive road network, with a variety of options available for getting from A to B. Public transport provides bus services to parishes as well as many of the attractions Access to very remote areas is straightforward either on foot, bicycle or by car
Coach tours around Jersey are provided by:
• Waverley Coaches
• Tantivy Blue Coach Tours
• Jersey Bus and Coach Tours
• Signature Coaches
Don’t forget, if you are planning to drive whilst on holiday then you will need a full new style photographic driving licence as well as a certificate of insurance which covers driving in the Channel Islands.
Although there are no immigration controls currently in place for travelling between the UK and Jersey and there is no requirement to carry a passport (unless you plan a trip to France whilst you are here) you will require photo id for air travel
More details of Visa and Passport requirements