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Rozel Bay

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Rozel Bay

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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.
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Georgia M wrote a review Sep 2020
Lincoln, United Kingdom167 contributions55 helpful votes
This is one of the smaller, quieter bays we visited on the island. There were boats in the harbour and it was very picturesque but we couldn't find many places open and it all seemed very quiet-- perhaps due to Covid. We headed over to the popular Hungry Man kiosk which was good but only doing takeaway at the moment (which cant be helped again due to Covid). Worth a visit if you are in the area but there didn't appear to be lots to do (at present anyway)-- we only stayed an hour or two for food. Easily accessible by bus!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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hammieWellingborough wrote a review Oct 2019
wellingborough13 contributions4 helpful votes
Pretty harbour with some nice shops, the tea room in particularly good. There's a nice walk through the valley back to St. Martins from here.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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susieq550 wrote a review Oct 2019
Colchester, United Kingdom37 contributions11 helpful votes
rozel bay is one of the smaller bays, there are no car parks , parking is along the street, we went in october so there wasn't a problem, might be more difficult in the summer. a lovely cafe which is open all year round and a beautiful gift shop.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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liz21856 wrote a review Oct 2019
Knott End-on-Sea, United Kingdom90 contributions35 helpful votes
Tiny little bay and village, but yet again spectacular views. Beautiful little bay/harbour with a small platform to look out across the bay. Houses set in the hillside, narrow streets, great little cafe / shack on quay front, everything from burgers, sandwiches, cake to ice cream. Beware the gulls!!😂🤣 not a lot there, but picturesque and peaceful.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jp070968 wrote a review Oct 2019
Kent, United Kingdom71 contributions20 helpful votes
Lovely small bay. Not the best place to park. Very picturesque. Food available, try the crab sandwich.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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