Autumn is calling - reconnect and rebalance with an effortless escape to Jersey. Around an hour away by air or a short ferry crossing, Jersey is wonderfully easy to get to, whilst still feeling like a bit of an adventure. Once there, discover a dramatic coastline, mile upon mile of peaceful country lanes, and a history brimming with fascinating stories. Throw yourself into the great outdoors and build up an appetite for award-winning local food, as fresh as the sea air that rolls in from the coast. Discover it this autumn, for a revitalising escape.

Immerse yourself in stories of the past

You don’t have to scratch too far beneath the surface to experience Jersey’s rich and diverse past. The island’s unique history has been moulded over time by Ice Age visitors, conquering forces, and a fascinating mix of languages and local traditions. Experience major historical sites dating back thousands of years, explore World War II bunkers, ancient burial grounds, farmhouses, castles and caves. Jersey is ready to be revealed.

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La Hougue Bie

The autumn equinox, when the sun passes directly over the earth’s equator, is one of those magical times of year; occurring just twice each year, the result is a day and night of equal length. On this day, around a dozen people gather at sunrise in the ancient burial chamber at La Hougue Bie, one of the ten oldest buildings in the world. Facing directly east, a beam of sunlight travels up the narrow passageway, illuminating the whole chamber. Soak up the magic of historic La Hougue Bie for yourself. With the surrounding trees turning a dusty shade of orange and autumn light casting its golden glow over the site, it’s a special time of year to visit.

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Take a bite of Jersey’s fresh flavours

As a small island famous for its food, Jersey’s bursting with flavour. And what better time to explore Jersey’s foodie delights than during the autumn, when the season’s bounty is at its best? Tuck into freshly caught chancre crab, stop by the stunning Central Market to pick up some locally grown veg and handmade delights, or treat yourself to a feast at one of the island’s fabulous restaurants. Don’t miss Tennerfest, the island’s much loved fixed-price food festival, in full flow over autumn. Jersey is full of passionate foodies and eating experiences so just make sure to bring a healthy appetite.

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Number 10 Restaurant and Bar

Number 10 is the brainchild of Jersey-born Joe Baker. You might recognise the young chef if you tuned in to watch The Great British Menu last year on BBC2. Joe is a true champion of the island’s local produce, making use of organic veg from the likes of Anneville Farm, locally-reared pork from John Hackett’s Farm in St. Brelade and razor clams foraged from the moonlike landscapes of the island’s south coast at low tide. With a cosy, candle-lit bar downstairs and a modern, relaxed restaurant upstairs, Number 10 is the perfect spot to hunker down on an autumnal evening for a night of fine wine and delicious dining.

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Meet the people behind the place

With its own peculiar customs, quirks, laws and traditions, Jersey is a surprising little island. What better way to soak up Jersey culture than meeting its wonderful people? Head down to St. Ouens with local legend Kazz Padidar who will teach you how to safely identify the incredible variety of wild edible plants and seaweeds that you can find along Jersey’s shoreline or, follow in the footsteps of mammoth hunters with Nicky Mansell down at the island’s famous Palaeolithic site “La Cotte de St. Brelade.”

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Cider Making with The Cider Maker & his Wife

La Robeline Cider are proud of their local roots, planting orchards around the island each winter and using only the best apples - and nothing else! - to produce their award-winning Cidre de Jérri come the autumn. Richard and Sarah, affectionately known as ‘The Cider Maker and his Wife’ are welcoming you to join them this autumn as they press the fruit to extract the juice to make their scrumptious cider. In the 19th century Jersey cider was a favourite mealtime tipple, particularly amongst farmers, across the UK - only after the second world war did exports cease. Make sure to follow in the suit of your great grandparents and reward yourself with a cold one after your hard work!

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Soak up the island’s natural beauty

Jersey's landscapes come to life in the golden autumn light. Capture magical moments as you explore miles of stunning coastline and countryside within the Jersey National Park, on foot or two wheels, discovering the island’s rich culture. Rebalance with friends and family, watching the sun set on a perfect day.

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EVie Bikes

For an island of just nine by five miles, Jersey has over 500 miles of glorious country lanes to explore; and, undoubtedly, the best way to explore them is by bike. Use the EVie app to find an electric bike near you and you’ll soon be whizzing through tiny Green Lanes, riding past pretty granite farmhouses and cottages, or feeling the wind in your hair as you soak up the island’s dramatic coastline. With a little extra 'boost’ from your electric bike, you’ll easily be able to nip down (and back up!) into some of Jersey’s small, picturesque bays like Fliquet, La Coupe and Le Scez. Importantly, factor in a pit-stop and sample Jersey’s ‘legend-dairy’ ice cream!

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Save £50* when you take your car to Jersey.

Escape the crowds this October with our exclusive offer to save £50 when you take your car to the beautiful island of Jersey. You’ll have all the excitement of travelling overseas, with all the reassurance of being close to home.

Book now and use promo code SECRET50 to get £50 off a minimum spend of £250, to travel high-speed with your car from Poole to Jersey.

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