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St Brelade Tourist Information

Saint Brelade is one of Jersey's 12 parishes. St Brelade's only neighbouring parish is St Peter, the other borders are composed of the sea. The beaches of St Brelade, icluding the popular St Aubin's Bay, are the most active beaches on Jersey.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in St Brelade

The Jersey Lavender Farm is located in St Brelade and St Brelade's Church lies at the end of St Brelade's Bay. Other churches are in St Brelade are Sacred Heart, St Aubin on the Hill, St Aubins Methodist Church and St Bernadette.

Family Days out in St Brelade

There are numerous water and land activities for you and your children to try. For more information, see the "Sport in St Brelade" section below.

Sport in St Brelade

The Jersey Sea Sport Centre in St Aubin, Surf & Sun Adventure-Sports, Active Island Sports and Jet Ski Adventure offer professional water sport equipment and lessons. But not only water sports are popular in St Brelade - there is also a range of exciting land activities for you to try: Aerial trekking, abseiling, assault course, kingswing, blokarting, climbing, cycling, lawn bowling, freefall, shooting / laser combat, tennis, x-sailing, zorbing and zip wire sliding.

La Moye Golf Course and Les Ormes in St Brelade are the ideal locations for your golfing holidays on Jersey.

Shopping in St Brelade

A range of small shops and supermarkets provide all the necessary amenities for your stay in St Brelade.
You can shop VAT free on the Channel Islands.

Nightlife in St Brelade

The Landmark, The Old Smugglers Inn, The Old Portelet Inn, The Old Court House Inn and La Pulente are popular pubs in St Brelade for locals and visitors.

Transport in St Brelade/ Jersey

Jersey Airport (JER) in the parish of Saint Peter has regular flights to and from Jersey.
There are buses running across the island to bring you to almost every destination on Jersey.
Ferries operate between Guernsey and Jersey, the UK and France.

Official Tourism Office for St Brelade/ Jersey

Jersey Tourism
Liberation Place
St Helier
JE1 1BB

http://www.jersey.com/