Travelling by Bus
Jersey’s small size makes it an ideal destination to explore by bus, with the island’s top destinations from countryside to coastline, family attractions to fine dining all just a short bus ride away.
With an easy to navigate network of key routes, bus travel in Jersey doesn’t just save you parking hassles, it also makes an ideal way to see the island. Jersey bus station is at Liberation Station in St. Helier, but buses stop at any of the stops around the island close to Jersey hotels. As well as a traditional bus stop, look out for bus stopping points, identified by ‘BUS’ painted in white on the road.
Catching the bus in Jersey
You can buy a single journey ticket from the driver on the bus. The cash fare is £2.20 for adults and £1.10 for children. The contactless fare is £2 for adults and £1 for children.
If you are a regular bus user, there are various smartcards (called AvanchiCards) which can save you money depending on how frequently you travel.
If you are a visitor to the island, the Hop on Hop Off ticket is specifically designed for you. This pass allows you unlimited travel for either 1, 2, 3 or 7 days with the ability to 'Hop On' and 'Hop Off' at any stop, on any route. These passes can be purchased from the Customer Service desk at Liberation Station.
Planning your trip
You can see a full map of all Jersey’s bus stops, and get help planning your route by visiting the LibertyBus website. There's also their handy Connect service which tells you where your nearest bus stop is and their Track My Bus and TextMyBus services (text the stop number to 07797798888) for when you're out and about!