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    • 5
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      Stayed here before over 10 years ago. Excellent in every way. Staff very attentive and food very good and served in a friendly and helpful manner. Would recommend highly....
      06 Nov 2018read review
    • 4
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      We stayed for one week in the Country View self catering apartment. It was very well equipped, very comfortable and had plenty of space....
      18 Sep 2018read review
    • 4
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      This hotel is superbly positioned in an iconic Jersey location- just a few minutes walk from La Corbiere lighthouse....
      16 Aug 2018read review
    • 5
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      This was our second stay here and it was as good as before. The staff are all very friendly and make you feel welcome. We would definitely go back.
      14 Aug 2018read review
    • 5
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      The Undercliff Guest House is a comfortable, friendly retreat in a quiet bay on the north coast of Jersey....
      19 Jun 2018read review
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Walking in Jersey

For such a small Island, Jersey is a walker's paradise offering a huge number of different types of walks from coastal walks with breath-taking views, country walks through rural paradises, wildlife walks for nature lovers and guided walks including annual walking festivals such as the spring and autumn walking weeks.

Everywhere along the coast you'll find gentle beach walks and spectacular cliff paths or explore Jersey's traditional woodland, there are half-hour strolls to long distance hikes, there really is a walk for everyone. Why not try the popular Charity Island walking event 'the Itex walk' which is also held on Guernsey. The aim is to walk around the entire Island in just one day.

Green Lanes

Jersey's famous 'Green Lanes' was first introduced in the Parish of St Peter in 1994 and can now be found in ten of the Island's twelve parishes. The only two parishes they do not feature are Trinity and St Saviour. Easily identified by a special road sign with the words 'Start of Green Lane', the 50 mile network of tranquil and highly scenic lanes are a walker's paradise and is the only way to experience the island's natural beauty.

Inland footpaths are not as widespread as on the mainland and rights of way which cross private property, in particular woods and fields are rather the exception. As the maximum speed limit is just 15mph, walkers have priority over the car and the lanes are surfaced roads so ideal for cyclists. The tree-lined byways are an ideal way of travelling from parish to parish in a relaxing manor and the almost continual footpath along the north coast gives you access to some of the most spectacular scenery in the British Isles.