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St Mary Tourist Information

St Mary is one of Jersey's 12 parishes. Grève de Lecq beach in St Mary is one of the most beautiful beaches on Jersey.
The Elms, which is the location of the headquarters of the National Trust for Jersey, can also be found in St Mary.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in St Mary

Lé Creux du Vis (the Devil's Horn), a blowhole in the cliffs, is one of St Mary's natural attractions. A statue of a devil is placed next to the blowhole.
There are two churches is St Mary, Bethlehem Methodist Chapel and St Mary's Parish Church.
Le Castel de Lecq, located in La Grève de Lecq, is a medieval earthwork.
La Mare Wine Estate is also worth a visit. You can get a guided tour through the estate and tastings of wine and brandy.

Family Days out in St Mary

Grève de Lecq beach is a nice and safe place for families. You will also find many child friendly hotels and restaurants in St Mary for your family holidays on Jersey.

Sport in St Mary

If you like pistol shooting, you should visit Crabbé, where the Jersey Pistol Club is located. Croquet and Petanque are popular sports in St Mary and practised in clubs, or you can follow one of five cycling routes across Jersey.

Shopping in St Mary

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 Mary

In the Le Moulin de Lecq bay, there is an old watermill, which was later turned into a very nice pub.

Transport in St Mary/ 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 Mary/ Jersey

Jersey Tourism
Liberation Place
St Helier