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Fly from Aberdeen Airport to Jersey in the Channel Islands from April to September 2017.
Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and a mix of the very best of Britain and France - see why so many people are enjoying relaxing a bit closer to home.
Mont Orgueil Castle
A stronghold against French invasion for 600 years, Mont Orgueil Castle is steeped in history. Explore a vast network of staircases leading to hidden rooms awash with beautiful artwork and 15th century architecture. Make sure you don’t miss the ‘witchcraft’ exhibit in the cellar or the many life-size wooden soldiers guarding the castle from attack.
With a plethora of bars and restaurants dotted through Jersey, mixing French foodie flair with the best of British, there really is something to suit every palate and budget. For those with a sense of adventure, why not try the Jersey Michelin Star Experience, and enjoy truly fine dining in such delightful establishments as Tassili and the recently-opened Ormer by Shaun Rankin.
Jersey is home to dozens of sunny, sandy beaches. Try Plemont in the north of the island for rock pools and sea caves, safe bathing and superb surfing conditions when the weather is right. Headed South? Be sure to check out St. Aubin’s Bay which experiences sunny conditions virtually from sunrise to sunset.
Catch a glimpse of more than 190 various animal species. The zoo is home to rare and endangered species such as western lowland gorillas which are housed in four areas: the Jewel in the Forest, the Cloud Forest, the Reptile and Amphibian Centre and the Discovery Desert.
Jersey War Tunnels
Learn about the city’s exciting history at Jersey War Tunnels. Several galleries in the tunnel complex show the occupation of Jersey during World War Two, including the events of evacuation, deportation, siege and liberation.