Find a ferry to Jersey and Guernsey
Take a ferry to Jersey and Guernsey. Jersey and Guernsey are the largest of the
Channel Islands, lying approximately 100 miles off the coast of England.
Both Islands are small and very beautiful with stunning beaches and countryside.
The Bailiwick of Guernsey is made up of several other smaller islands including Sark,
Herm and Alderney. Both Jersey and Guernsey are famous for their excellent
climate, superb prices and laid back attitude to life. Jersey and
Guernsey are ideal for short breaks, and Condor Ferries offer great prices on
all ferry routes to the Channel Islands.
Take a ferry to Jersey, and discover what Jersey has to offer.
The most famous landmark in Jersey is Elizabeth Castle which withstood
Oliver Cromwell and his army for seven weeks in 1651, and was later used by the
occupying German forces during World War II. Both Jersey and Guernsey easily accessed by ferry.
The main beach in the south of Jersey, St Brelade's Bay, is widely regarded as
one of the most beautiful beaches on the island and there are excellent
hotels for you to choose from. St Peter Port, Guernsey, is a stunning
little town and is the capital and main port for Guernsey. The islands
have an enviable reputation for good cuisine whether in small pubs,
wine bars or high-class restaurants. Seafood is very popular and there
is a wide selection of home-grown produce available; scallops, oysters,
spider crabs and lobster are particularly good.
The islands are also a haven for shoppers due to their tax free status.
Luxury items such as spirits, cigarettes, jewellery and perfumes are
popular buys. Local products such as knitwear, pottery, woodcrafts
and even flowers are excellent value. Guernsey and Jersey are
fabulous places for a short break or even a longer self-drive ferry holiday.