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St John Tourist Information

Saint John is a parish in Jersey. It is located in the north of Jersey, bordering St Mary, Trinity, St Lawrence and Saint Helier. The rural parish is centred around the parish church and parish hall. The cliffs at St John's north coast offer stunning views over the sea. St John is divided into the vingtaines La Vingtaine du Nord, La Vingtaine de Hérupe and La Vingtaine du Douet.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in St John

There are three churches in St John: Sion Methodist Church, St John's Parish Church and United Reformed Church. St John's Mont Mado is Jersey's second highest point and gives you spectacular views over the region.
The annual Sark to Jersey rowing race ends in St John's harbour and is worth watching. The Wolf's Caves at the coast were formerly used by smugglers and are very exciting to explore.

Family Days out in St John

Bonne Nuit beach and bay is a beautiful and safe beach in St John. There are many child friendly hotels and restaurants in St John for your family holidays on Jersey.

Sport in St John

You can walk the North Coast Path that starts at St John.
Archery, tennis, football, shooting and skateboarding are popular sports in St John and practised in clubs.

Shopping in St John

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

Nightlife in St John

The parish of St John offers a variety of restaurants and pubs to spend your evening in a friendly atmosphere. The Bonne Nuit Beach Cafe combines drinks, fine Thai, English and seafood dishes and a nice beachview. Les Fontaines Tavern, The Farm House Bar & Restaurant and the adjoining L'Auberge du Nord pub are also nice locations for an evening out in St John.

Transport in St John/ 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 John/ Jersey

Jersey Tourism
Liberation Place
St Helier