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About Jersey Ferry
Jersey island is one of the Channel Islands along with Guernsey.
Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands at nine miles by five. Like the other Channel Islands, Jersey is far closer to Normandy - France, than it is to England. It lies in the English Channel, approximately 14 miles from Normandy, France, and approximately 100 miles from Weymouth and the south coast of England. The Channel Islands are officially British although in many respects they have their own sovereignty.
VAT doesn't exist in Jersey, and you should expect the VAT element of products to be properly deducted
Jersey is sometimes the hottest place in the UK and offers much for the holidaymaker in it's rich mix of indigenous, British and French culture.
Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands combines stunning scenery and a rich heritage with a wide range of tourist attractions. As a result, the island has been a popular tourist destination and has mainly visitors coming from France and Britain. The beaches on Jersey cater for all types from St. Brelade's Bay with it's 'touristy' appeal to Anne Port, Beauport, and Petit Port offering a more secluded and quieter place to sunbathe.
The main town on Jersey, St. Helier, is small but does provide all the general shops you might find on the UK mainland. One place where you can see authentic Jersey culture is in the central indoor market. When open, it is rammed with a variety of flower, fruit, and vegetable stalls and surrounded by a selection of craft and gift shops.
To get around Jersey and explore the island the best advice would be to either use a car, walk or cycle. Motorists should be aware that in the summer months parking can be a problem and some roads have been deemed 'green lanes' and have 15mph speed limits
Official Port Link: Port of Jersey
You can find the ferry port in St Helier at the Elizabeth Dock on Albert Pier. The main roads A1, A2, A3 and A4 all lead to St Helier. From these roads, just follow the signs for the ferry port.