All over Jersey there is a complete alphabet of outdoor activities that run from archery and abseiling to zip wiring zorbing, whilst the water activities can be as relaxing or as adrenalin fueled as you wish, from windsurfing to sea kayaks, snorkelling and sailing to coasteering and diving.Take a trip on one of the islands RIB`s for a thrilling ride, whilst exploring the nearby Les Ecrehous & Les Minquiers, you may even get to see the Bottlenose Dolphins and Grey Seals, or travel further afield to other Channel Islands, such as Sark & Herm. You can even travel further as far as the French coast to visit Carteret & ChauseyThe Little Train – Le Petit Train – Jersey’s only land train! Hop onboard for a unique way to see part of our beautiful island! Our train follows a scenic route on the promenade across St Aubin Bay with a full historical commentary.
The journey time between St Helier and St Aubin is 35 minutes. You can board the train at Liberation Square in St Helier, St Aubin Harbour or West Park. Tickets can be purchased on the day from the train driver or our ticket staff.
Please visit our website for more information at Le Petit TrainThere’s perhaps no better way to explore than by foot, whether you prefer a slow stroll across the sands or hike along the cliff top paths, there’s something for everyone. Visit our section on History & Heritage for guides on nature and coastal walks or alternatively plan your visit during the annual Spring and Autumn Walking Weeks.Talking of festivals, carnivals and events, Jersey really does cover all interests, be it music, food and drink, heritage, agriculture, the arts and so much more besides. Some of the most popular events include the International Air Display, when the skies of Jersey come alive annually in September; one of Europe’s most spectacular carnivals The Battle of Flowers, takes place each August with flower festooned floats, musicians, dancers and entertainers; Liberation Day on the 9th May in the Channel Islands is a big occasion with parades, music and entertainment; music also features prominently particularly in September when the Jersey Live Festival of Music takes place.Then there’s The Jersey Independent Table Fest, which is the newest food festival event in Jersey, where over 50 local restaurants and independent eateries will participate in creating some mouth-watering set menu`s and special offers at some even more mouth-watering prices. The festival starts on 27th September and carries on until the end of November, so there is plenty of time to sample your favourite menu`s from around the island.