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Take kayaks and inflatables out on the water. Then watch the sun set from seafront cafés and restaurants backing onto Jersey’s principal sandy haven.
Observe the changing tides, snap photographs of the 16th-century castle rising from an island and pick out your favorite boats in the harbor by this beach.
This castle sheltered King Charles II in the English Civil War, before being fortified under German occupation in World War II.
These World War II tunnels reveal the history of the 5,000 slave workers who built them and the traumatic years of the islanders under Nazi rule.
Weaving together the story of Jersey, from the island’s first humans and many wars, this extensive museum is adorned with surrealist art and period recreations.
Bright flowers, traditional stalls and a fountain full of goldfish create a lasting impression on visitors to this thriving market that began in the 1880s.