There’s Lots To See And Do Here

Jersey may be a small island but there is an awful lot to see and do.  If you are interested in history there is a great deal of sites of interest which include important neolithic sites and World War 2 structures such as The War Tunnels.  For those of you looking for a little retail therapy you can head into St.Helier and browse your way through the high street visiting locally owned department stores, boutiques and jewellery stores.

For the adrenaline junkies amongst you there is a wide range of water-sports on tap from sea-kayaking to jet-skiing and activities such as coasteering.

If you are a “foody” you are in for a treat as Jersey boasts some real fine dining options for you.  If you just want to sit back and relax you could choose to sit by our our lovely, large, heated swimming pool or you could spend the day at one of the many stunning beaches here in Jersey that wouldn’t look out of place in the Caribbean.

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There’s Lots To See And Do Here

Jersey may be a small island but there is an awful lot to see and do.  If you are interested in history there is a great deal of sites of interest which include important neolithic sites and World War 2 structures such as The War Tunnels.  For those of you looking for a little retail therapy you can head into St.Helier and browse your way through the high street visiting locally owned department stores, boutiques and jewellery stores.

For the adrenaline junkies amongst you there is a wide range of water-sports on tap from sea-kayaking to jet-skiing and activities such as coasteering.

If you are a “foody” you are in for a treat as Jersey boasts some real fine dining options for you.  If you just want to sit back and relax you could choose to sit by our our lovely, large, heated swimming pool or you could spend the day at one of the many stunning beaches here in Jersey that wouldn’t look out of place in the Caribbean.

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Rozel Bay

Rozel Camping Park is situated in the Parish of St. Martin with magnificent views of France; it is within walking distance of the picturesque harbour of Rozel. In this same coastal strip is Saie Harbour, the Dolmen du Couperon, Fliquet Bay, small secluded bays and the long breakwater of St Catherines bay – an ideal place for rod and line.

Water Sports such as; water skiing, scuba diving and windsurfing are some of the sports that can be enjoyed close to the camping park.

Rozel is a small fishing port at the north east of the Island, more famous for its selection of superb restaurants.

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Rozel Bay

Rozel Camping Park is situated in the Parish of St. Martin with magnificent views of France; it is within walking distance of the picturesque harbour of Rozel. In this same coastal strip is Saie Harbour, the Dolmen du Couperon, Fliquet Bay, small secluded bays and the long breakwater of St Catherines bay – an ideal place for rod and line.

Water Sports such as; water skiing, scuba diving and windsurfing are some of the sports that can be enjoyed close to the camping park.

Rozel is a small fishing port at the north east of the Island, more famous for its selection of superb restaurants.

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St Helier Town Centre

The busy town and most populous parish, the island’s capital and main shopping centre. Many streets still carry old French titles and many shop fronts still boast the names of their island founders. The Parish Church is worth a visit with its mix of architectural styles. The Island’s parliament one of the oldest assemblies in the Commonwealth sits in the States Chamber in the Royal Square. Visit the Central Market, which opened in 1882.

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A main bus route (route 3) operates a regular service into the main town of St Helier for shopping and entertainments. To check the bus routes and times click here.

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St Helier Town Centre

The busy town and most populous parish, the island’s capital and main shopping centre. Many streets still carry old French titles and many shop fronts still boast the names of their island founders. The Parish Church is worth a visit with its mix of architectural styles. The Island’s parliament one of the oldest assemblies in the Commonwealth sits in the States Chamber in the Royal Square. Visit the Central Market, which opened in 1882.

Travel

A main bus route (route 3) operates a regular service into the main town of St Helier for shopping and entertainments. To check the bus routes and times click here.

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Your Holiday, Your Way

As well as the option of booking one of our “Ready Set-Up Tents” we welcome Tents, Motorhomes and Caravans.

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Food & Drink

You wont struggle to find a selection of stunning restaurants and pubs to visit.  There are a number of Michelin starred restaurants on the island for those of you who want to experience some real fine dining.

In Rozel Bay you could visit Chateau Le Chaire, an elegant, award winning restaurant combining the Gallic influence of romantic France with the warmth of traditional England.  In the oak panelled setting, fine culinary delights are created fresh to order and there are dishes to tempt both the more traditional palette as well as the more adventurous diner.  For reservations Tel: +44 (0)1534 863354

A local favourite, The Hungry Man, perched on the harbour wall offers a wide range of food, from gourmet burgers to crab sandwiches and delicious homemade cakes.  If you aren’t sure just look at their reviews on trip advisor!

Another Rozel option is The Rozel Bar and Restaurant, a very friendly traditional pub offering freshly cooked fish and seafood.  Available for lunch and evening meals.  For reservations Tel: +44 (0) 1534 863438 Fax: +44 (0) 1534 860925

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Food & Drink

You wont struggle to find a selection of stunning restaurants and pubs to visit.  There are a number of Michelin starred restaurants on the island for those of you who want to experience some real fine dining.

In Rozel Bay you could visit Chateau Le Chaire, an elegant, award winning restaurant combining the Gallic influence of romantic France with the warmth of traditional England.  In the oak panelled setting, fine culinary delights are created fresh to order and there are dishes to tempt both the more traditional palette as well as the more adventurous diner.  For reservations Tel: +44 (0)1534 863354

A local favourite, The Hungry Man, perched on the harbour wall offers a wide range of food, from gourmet burgers to crab sandwiches and delicious homemade cakes.  If you aren’t sure just look at their reviews on trip advisor!

Another Rozel option is The Rozel Bar and Restaurant, a very friendly traditional pub offering freshly cooked fish and seafood.  Available for lunch and evening meals.  For reservations Tel: +44 (0) 1534 863438 Fax: +44 (0) 1534 860925

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Local Attractions

Jersey is home to a number of attractions such as aMaizin! Adventure Park, Elizabeth Castle, and Jersey War Tunnels so you won’t be short of things to do.

The crown jewel in Jerseys list of attraction must surely be Jersey Zoo (part of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust), Gerald Durrell’s world famous zoo.  The camping park is in walking distance of Gerald Durrell’s famous zoo. The Eric Young Orchid Foundation, which is world renowned, is also very near.  Durrell Wildlife’s visitors call us the “zoo that’s not a zoo”. But we think we are what ALL zoos should be – a crucial part of the effort to save wild animals from extinction.

Here our conservation scientists can work with the animals up close and learn what they need to maintain good health, breed, survive and thrive in their natural habitats. We can then share this vital information with our colleagues working with them in the wild.  Wherever possible our animals live in specially landscaped, spacious enclosures which closely resemble their natural homes – that way we can see them behaving just like they would in the wild. Like this tamarin who lives in our totally open woodland, scampering around as it would in the rainforests of Brazil.

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Local Attractions

Jersey is home to a number of attractions such as aMaizin! Adventure Park, Elizabeth Castle, and Jersey War Tunnels so you won’t be short of things to do.

The crown jewel in Jerseys list of attraction must surely be Jersey Zoo (part of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust), Gerald Durrell’s world famous zoo.  The camping park is in walking distance of Gerald Durrell’s famous zoo. The Eric Young Orchid Foundation, which is world renowned, is also very near.  Durrell Wildlife’s visitors call us the “zoo that’s not a zoo”. But we think we are what ALL zoos should be – a crucial part of the effort to save wild animals from extinction.

Here our conservation scientists can work with the animals up close and learn what they need to maintain good health, breed, survive and thrive in their natural habitats. We can then share this vital information with our colleagues working with them in the wild.  Wherever possible our animals live in specially landscaped, spacious enclosures which closely resemble their natural homes – that way we can see them behaving just like they would in the wild. Like this tamarin who lives in our totally open woodland, scampering around as it would in the rainforests of Brazil.

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