Fly from Liverpool to Jersey
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Looking to visit the Channel Islands? Make sure you travel via Liverpool John Lennon Airport! Whether you’re on the hunt for monster waves at one of Europe’s finest beaches, planning a family friendly holiday or searching for stunning scenery, Jersey is the right place for you. With a number of flights leaving daily, book your flight with us today!
Why you should go
There’s plenty on offer in Jersey for tourists and visitors alike, so make sure you get as much done as possible on your trip. Previously under German Occupation in WWII, the history of this picturesque place is just waiting to be unveiled by history buffs. For those wanting to explore this history in depth (literally) the Jersey War Tunnels, once known as Höhlgangsanlage 8 (Ho8) are a must see.
Jersey is also a hotspot for surfers, with St. Ouen boasting as one of the best spots to take to your board in Europe. After a long day out in the ocean, head to surf shack-turned-restaurant and nightclub, Watersplash to unwind. If being outdoors is your thing, the Durrell Wildlife Park should be a definite on your itinerary. Set over 32 acres of stunning scenery, the park is home to over 1400 mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians.
If you’re looking to let your hair down on your trip to Jersey, there are loads of fantastic clubs, pubs and restaurants to grab a beer and a bite to eat. The bustling nightlife and great music scene make this a popular destination for nights out so make sure you’ve packed your dancing shoes! Shopaholics are also catered for – visit St. Helier for its village style charm and big city style fashion.
Where you should stay
If you want to be a stone’s throw away from the restaurants and bars, staying in St. Helier is your best bet due to its central location. If you fancy exploring elsewhere on the island, try areas like Gorey and Bouley Bay for something slightly more rural. Beach lovers should look to stay near St. Brelade to make the most of the coast.
Although Jersey is famous for its historic castles and magnificent cliffs, make sure you check out the following hidden gems when you visit:
- Seafari – take a trip around Jersey’s surrounding waters whilst keeping an eye out for dolphins and seals. Although it might seem like the Mediterranean, you’ll actually be sailing around the English Channel!
- Corbière Lighthouse – located at the very south-western point of Jersey, the Corbière Lighthouse, is regularly visited by tourists but it’s not often explored inside. If you get the chance, have a look around and witness some great views from the lantern room.
- Elizabeth Castle – this impressive 16th century castle is set aside on a rocky island in St. Aubin’s Bay and you have the option to take a free guided tour when you visit. Delve deep into Jersey’s history and see how the castle was used during the English Civil War.
Don’t wait around! You’ll be over in Jersey before you know it when you book your trip with Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
easyJet have frequent flights between Liverpool and Jersey. Whatever the nature of your trip our regular flights from Liverpool to Jersey in Channel Islands are quick and convenient and fly into Jersey Airport.
Once you book flights to Jersey, Channel Islands you might want to browse information on Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are planning to book of the regular flights from Jersey to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
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