Maison des Landes Hotel

Accessible Holidays in Jersey

Wartime Memories

Visit the historic German War Tunnels where a fascinating exhibition tells the story of the lives of islanders at this difficult time.

Natural Jersey

Enjoy springtime in Jersey. May is a fantastic time to see the trees and wild flowers that fill the hedgerows along the narrow inland lanes and valleys.

Jersey for the photographer

Using your own camera capture the breath-taking scenery, dramatic locations, and stunning sunsets as you tour our beautiful island.
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Fishing in Jersey

St Catherine’s breakwater extends half a mile into deep water towards the French coast. Spend a day there and try your luck with rod and line. (Picnic lunch provided)

Gardens and Architecture

View traditional Jersey farms: Morel Farm; Hamptonne and The Elms (Headquarters of the National Trust for Jersey)

What Makes Jersey Different?

Traditionally French speaking, Jersey is part of the British Isles – but not part of the United Kingdom. Find out what makes the Island unique.

Jersey Battle of Flowers

Tour the island during this peak week of our summer.

Jersey's Historic Churches

This week we have arranged visits to a number of local churches including a selection of ancient, stone-built Parish churches, Anglican with medieval origins,

Jersey Air Display

Enjoy the various activities organised by the RAFA during Battle of Britain week.

Arts in Jersey

Inspect various pieces of Sculpture including the Bronze Jersey Cows at West’s Centre, St Helier and the famous Liberation sculpture in Liberation Square,