Fun Activities in Jersey

Jersey has plenty of activities for the more experience adventure enthusiasts as well as fun options for novices and fun seekers.

Our recommended tour operators are the well-established pros at  Absolute Adventures.

They are right on the beach at the beautiful - and voted 3rd best beach in the UK by TripAdvisor users- St Brelade's Bay. 

Check out the video below and see prices and book your adventures [here...] 

 

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A yacht charter is actually a lot cheaper than you would think. A leisurely cruise around the beautiful bays of Jersey stopping for a swim is a great way to see the island in all its beauty.

Of course, champagne and bites can be arranged. Check out our short video below:

  


Top 5 Golf Courses in Jersey

 

LA MOYE GOLF COURSE:

 
La Moye Golf Course is an 18 hole links type course with stunning views.
The Par 72 Course has been a venue on the PGA European Tour and now features in the European PGA Seniors Tour.
 
 
 
 
 
LES ORMES:
 
Les Ormes is 9 hole parkland golf course overlooking St Ouen's Bay that is suitable for all ages and abilities. The facilities at Les Ormes are available on a Pay and Play basis.
 

 

 

ROYAL JERSEY GOLF CLUB:

Opened in 1878, the Royal Jersey Golf Club is right on Royal Grouville Bay- pictured above. This 18 hole, Par 70, course which plays 6116 yards for Men and 5431 yards for Ladies is open to visitors who are members of a recognised club. Proof of handicap or membership is required. 

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ST CLEMENTS GOLF CLUB

 

A short 9 hole course on the outskirts of St Helier, ideal for families and beginners.
Par 33

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WHEATLANDS GOLF COURSE:

This challenging 9 hole golf course, opened in 1994 by Ryder Cup Captain Ian Woosnam is set in 30 acres of parkland.Wheatlands is open to visitors and no proof of handicap is required.

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Surfing in Jersey

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St. Ouen’s Bay stretches for 5 miles along the length of Jersey's Atlantic west coast,  is one of the best beaches for surfing in the United Kingdom
The bay has some strong currents and rips and the beach is not patrolled by lifeguards all year round. 
Your first point of contact is the Jersey Surfboard Club, who can advise on local conditions and resources.

Photo above by Dave Ferguson. Check out his amazing surf photos [here...]