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Greve de Lecq

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Fun Discovery Walk in Historic St Helier: Statues, Sailors and Soldiers
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Fun Discovery Walk in Historic St Helier: Statues, Sailors and Soldiers

When was your last ‘a-ha!’ discovery moment in St Helier? Go for this self-guided walk around the historic town centre and find its hidden gems. Solve fun location-specific riddles to unlock fascinating local stories prepared by Callum and Philippa, travel bloggers from Jersey. From historic battles to life during the occupation, from castles to cattle markets, to tales of thousands toads, St Helier has it all – waiting for you to explore!<br><br>This playful walk across St Helier sharpens your senses and encourages you to appreciate the most wonderful – and often hidden – details around you. Whether you know Jersey or just start exploring here, this experience gives you a perspective on discovery that will inspire your curiosity wherever you go next.<br><br>You can fully enjoy this experience of connecting with the city while staying in your own group.
$18.99 per adult
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John W wrote a review Sep 2020
Lymington, United Kingdom255 contributions190 helpful votes
Plenty of good sand when the tide is out and rocks to explore. Free car parks are close by and within a short walking distance, but the incline down to the beach is reasonably steep, so if you are pushing granny in a wheelchair do not let go, she will beat you to the bottom..........! There is a hotel and bar close by (open to non residents) with a patio and tables overlooking the beach and there are coffee/ice cream kiosks for snacks close to hand. There is a small harbour at the far end with limited parking.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gill d wrote a review Sep 2020
Pewsey, United Kingdom203 contributions75 helpful votes
Beautiful beach - possibly the nicest cove on the island. Plenty of facilities - loos, gift shops and a nice cafe. Served by the Liberty bus.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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KimFx wrote a review Sep 2020
Oldbury, United Kingdom680 contributions63 helpful votes
Very pretty beach. Large gift shop and cafe. Large car park. Bus takes you right to centre. Couple of lovely pubs serving food.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jenny M wrote a review Aug 2020
Northampton27 contributions26 helpful votes
Amazing beach- rock pools, safe swimming , lovely sand , toilets, cafes and free parking. What else do you need? Our favourite beach on Jersey.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kalikos wrote a review May 2020
Jersey, Channel Islands66 contributions36 helpful votes
My husband, two daughters (aged 3&9) and I decided to walk this route today. It was very beautiful and we saw lots of pretty wild flowers and plenty of bird life. The actual walk was quite steep in areas and there were many stairs. Fine for us, but a little tiring for our 3 year old. However, lots of benches to rest along the way! It took us about 75 minutes to complete. Be sure not to miss Plemont beach at the end of the walk. It's not signposted all that well. It would be a shame for tourists to miss the magic of Plemont.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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