Enjoy breakfast at The Hungry Man café in picturesque Rozel. Situated high on the north-east corner of the island, this quaint eatery offers stunning sea views and delicious food.
Coast to Coast Day Trip
Enjoy a fascinating trip from the east to west coast of Jersey. You will meet the endangered animals that thrive on the island before taking an underground journey into Jersey's dark wartime history.
A five-minute drive from Rozel, with beautiful views across to France on the way, you will come to Jersey Zoo. Some of the most endangered species are cared for here, and you will find out how they are being supported.
Enjoy a leisurely lunch in the heart of St Helier on the terrace of Zephyr at The Royal Yacht. The restaurant's extensive menu offers plenty of choice whatever you fancy and its large al fresco terrace sets the scene for people-watching on a lazy summer day.
Delve deep into the island’s history at Jersey War Tunnels. The Channel Islands were occupied by the Nazis during World War II, and these tunnels were built by the occupying military using forced labour. This thought-provoking place is fascinating and sobering in equal measure.
Almost the whole of Jersey's west coast is the wide expanse of St Ouen's Bay (pronouced "Saint Wonn"). Whether you stop at the protected sand dunes, by St Ouen's Pond, or anywhere along the three-mile beach, you will be joining islanders who come here to surf, blokart, sun bathe, or simply watch the world go by. You'll have a perfect view of the setting sun from from wherever you are - a great way to work up an appetite.
For a casual dinner, try out El Tico or Le Braye or for something special, treat yourself to a memorable meal at Ocean Restaurant in The Atlantic Hotel.