Journey to Jersey on Private Island Tours and Learn Some Jèrriais
Jersey, one of the biggest islands in the U.K. and extends five miles from north to south and nine miles from east to west. This beautiful island offers plenty of incredible scenery, especially on the north coast with many rocky inlets, high cliffs, caves to explore. On Jersey Private Island Tours you can learn some of the local language Jèrriais from your guide. For hikers, the southwest provides excellent hiking trails, and private guided sightseeing tours to Hohlgangsanlange 8 a must-see tourist attraction on the island of Jersey.
Jersey is an island-shaped by the sea where some of the most amazing tides in the world circle around the coast. An island might be small in size, but it is huge with personality, country lanes open to cliff top walks and views with the sea never being more than ten minutes away.
Top 10 Things to Do in Jersey
Private Guided Tours to Hohlgangsanlange 8 Is a Must-see Attraction
Hohlgangsanlage 8 is a massive cavern in a complex of tunnels dug into the Jersey countryside during World War II during the German Occupation. The tunnels had many roles from munitions stations, equipment and troop shelters, hospitals, storage, interrogation rooms and much more. Ho 8 or Hohlgangsanlage 8 was built initially as Artillery Quarters, private guided tours are available daily with super interactive exhibitions and displays.
The German Underground Hospital private guided tours should also be on your list while you are visiting Jersey. The huge hospital bunker has been reconstructed following accurate descriptions of the area from both survivors and film/photographic evidence found. The hospital displays one of the most significant collections of war memorabilia on the island and the film footage is impressive and was shot under challenging circumstances a must-see tour.
Travel Tips for Jersey
During the summer months is the best time to visit as the weather is perfect for holidaying and there are lovely beaches as well as cultural tours on Jersey. The weather can be changeable but mostly sunny, bright and perfectly ideal for tourists.
Book any accommodation on the Island in advance as prices significantly increase during the height of the summer season. There are some lovely restaurants and bars that serve reasonably inexpensive food, transport on the island is also cheap.
Jersey’s major heritage sights all shut down during the winter months so be careful and plan your holiday during the summer season. There is a lot of private guided tours available with lots of sights to see on this uniquely beautiful and entertaining Island.
The summer season is the time to go from June to August as the Island has changeable weather the winter is very rough with many Island storms. While off-peak is great for winter getaways there is very little open on the Island so you will need to be prepared.