Jersey is the most southerly located of the Channel Islands, lying just 22kms from the French coast in the Bay of St Malo. The island has stunning beaches and scenery as well offering a wide selection of excellent places to eat.
The Channel Islands including Jersey, were occupied by the Germans in the Second World War. Of the many things to do on the island, the War Tunnels are frequently rated the top attraction, closely followed by Elizabeth Castle, Durrell Wildlife Park and the Mansell Collection - an Art Deco building which houses all of Nigel Mansells racing history along with some of his cars.
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