Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, some 45 square miles of golden beaches, lush-countryside, and a magnificent coastline that affords some amazing views of the other islands and nearby France.
The Channel Islands may be part of the UK but the mainland can often feel a world away and each island hasits own idiosyncrasies - some are detailed here, for example, have you ever heard of a Filter in Turn? If not see the Driving in Jersey page for more more details. And, did you know that the main UK mobile networks don’t extend to Jersey? For more details see the Phones page.
If you have any questions about Jersey or would like more information about the island that's small on size, but big on personality, please see the Visit Jersey website.