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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in St Helier
Magnificent Park - Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery - Fabulous Rose Garden - Excellent Tea Rooms - Many interesting Memorial Stones - Magnificent Statue of George V - Howard Davis Memorial Hall with the story of t...
A gentle stroll through this beautiful park with it's stunning 8 foot Echiums, Wisteria pergola and rose garden is the perfect way to spend an hour or 2 on a lovely sunny day, or any day for that matter.
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in St Helier
A super location to spend time, parking is tricky but worth a short walk if you have to park a little way out.
The harbour dries at low tide, but whilst the view without water is not picture perfect, the numerous restaurants, bars and the small park areas and churches make it a must see.
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in St Helier
... offering great food and drinks with outdoor sitting area with lovely umbrellas Great for walking adjacent to harbour and right to end of jetty where you have a great view of Elizabeth Castle Good car park nearby
Eric Young Orchid Foundation Trinity 3.6 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Trinity
Easy to park.
If you do not want to wait for the bus back, it is a flat 2 km walk to the Durrell Wildlife Park - even for septuagenarians.
St. Aubins Harbour St Aubin 4.5 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Aubin
We normally drive through St Aubin on the main road but as there appeared to be somewhere suitable to park we decided to stop for about one hour and had a walk around the harbour area which we enjoyed and may cons...
Sometimes parking in the summer is quite difficult and you may need to park a good 5 to 10 minutes walk away.
Jersey Zoo Trinity 5.2 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Trinity
First class wildlife park where all the animals look happy and content, fabulous conservation of endangered animals, 2 excellent cafes, a great day out, lots for families too, highly recommended.
Excellent afternoon walking around this amazing wildlife park, a definite must if visiting Jersey, everybody is friendly and very helpful.
St. Brelade's Bay Beach St Brelade 6.6 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in St Brelade
Outstanding beach with many restaurants, bars and hotels for every taste with a lovely garden and fountain to sit in if you do like the beach.. Two large car parks and the bus runs from St Helier in the summer sea...
Great range of restaurants, Winston Churchill park good for a picnic and fisherman S chapel very peaceful and worth a visit.
Portelet Bay St Brelade 5.4 km away
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in St Brelade
Off the beaten track this quaint and secluded bay is stunning, great views, Janvrins tomb on the central small island in the bay, long walk down the steps from the car park to the beach but well worth the effort.P...
Lovely walks around the headland, a beautiful little hidden sandy bay, and a nice pub with a free car park too
The Gardens of Sameres Manor St Clement 2.5 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in St Clement
As a big nature fan, I loved this place!
Beauport Beach St Aubin 7.5 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Aubin
A walk around the headland from the car park is well worth undertaking and will reward you with excellent and extensive views across the beach to St Brelade and Ouaisne beaches as well as some rarer bird life in t...
There are a lot of steps from the free car park at the top (car park reached via small winding road), but these are well maintained, so as long as you have the stamina the journey is worth it.
Tamba Park St Mary 6.3 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Mary
See the dinosaurs , feed the fish and ducks , lovely seating throughout the park , a private boat club , great playground and brilliant boat rides .
We spent a full morning around the park, including feeding fish and ducks, boating lake and a lovely lunch in Ruffs - great to see happy and helpful staff too.
Reg's Garden St Brelade 6.2 km away
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in St Brelade
There is so much to see here - the water areas with the tranquil waterfall, the fairy area with its toadstools and fairy features and myriad areas to just sit and relax, listening to the sounds of nature.
We were enjoying the peace and eclectic nature of the garden when Reg appeared.....what an absolute gentleman!
Jersey Lavender Farm St Brelade 6.4 km away
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in St Brelade
Judith Queree's Garden St. Ouen 3.4 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in St. Ouen
This is a real treat for those interested in plants and gardening, and is a lovely way to spend an afternoon on Jersey, which has very few gardens of this nature that are open to the public.
Creux Baillot cottage is situated at the end of a narrow lane and we were advised to park at the Parish Hall, a 10 minute walk away.
Greve de Lecq St. Ouen 9.5 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in St. Ouen
Great for lazing around, rock climbing, coastearing... Two great cafes and loads of space to park
Great beach, lovely views and a decent size car park.
Rozel Bay St Martin 7.2 km away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Martin
Well worth a visit,Beautiful area,great choice of food, Can be hard to park,as it does become very busy in the summer
Parking is very limited by the sea front but you can park a little way up on the hill.
Devil's Hole St Mary 8.7 km away
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in St Mary
A true nature experience well worth the effort it takes to get there it is a rugged part of the coast line and home to many bird species weather can be very hostile there in the exposed location so make sure you a...
Park in the pub's carpark, and take a stroll down to the devil's hole, its well worth it, wear coat in the autumn as it gets breezy, then attempt the walk back up the hill, lots of places to stop an rest, then int...
Plemont Bay Jersey, UK 11.8 km away
#2 of 32 Nature & Parks in Jersey
... There is also a superb cafe and public toilets at the site Paradise on a nice day Loved it Also quite amusing watching people retreat to safety and as mother nature reclaims this hidden gem as the tides come.in
For walkers there are trails (lots of steps up so only for the fittest or strong legs) but if you park up the top of cliff you can still see the views without climbing so take advantage of the free car parks.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in St Peter
Located and well hidden within a WW II tunnel is a nicely appointed "wetland centre" with a visitors center complete with a viewing blind, to observe birds, plants insects and nature.
Stop at the car park opposite Big Verns and cross the road into a little slice of peace.