We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Devil's Hole

313 Reviews
Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date.

Devil's Hole

313 Reviews
Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date.
Recommended experiences in and around Jersey
from $47.86
More Info
from $18.99
More Info
Full view
Location
Contact
Get to know the area
Fun Discovery Walk in Historic St Helier: Statues, Sailors and Soldiers
Cultural Tours

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
313Reviews1Q&A
Traveler rating
  • 146
  • 108
  • 46
  • 10
  • 3
Traveler type
Time of year
Language
  • More
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
shelagh187054 wrote a review Oct 2020
Hook, United Kingdom190 contributions63 helpful votes
We went on a wild and windy day, which made it very exciting! It's quite a walk down there, but well worth the effort. I can imagine when the tide is in, the water explodes up the hole, even without that it's quite a spectacle
Read more
Date of experience: October 2020
Helpful
Share
nellie wrote a review Sep 2020
Swindon, United Kingdom86 contributions10 helpful votes
We visited at low tide and it looked like a pile of rocks. Quite a steep climb down and was disappointed, not really sure what I was expecting but it was just a hole with a load of rubble.
Read more
Date of experience: September 2020
Helpful
Share
kenneth H wrote a review Sep 2020
Stoke-on- Trent83 contributions89 helpful votes
The devils hole is well worth a visit. Very nice walk just 10 minutes to the scenery of the coast overlooking the other islands including France. On your way along the pathway looking to your right is the devil himself. After your walk, on the car park is the priory inn. Very comfortable serving coffee and tea and all the normal alcohol.
Read more
Date of experience: August 2020
Helpful
Share
Sticky-Fish wrote a review Aug 2020
9 contributions
It’s a good 10 minute walk down if you have young kids it is quite steep but there are steps and plenty of railings to hold onto on the route down you walk past the statue of the devil in the pond which is not very noticeable as it’s not been looked after or trimmed looks very overgrown but once you’re down to the whole and the sea views are fantastic and if the tide in or out it is still very impressive highly recommend going down there
Read more
Date of experience: August 2020
Helpful
Share
Keenomanjaro wrote a review Aug 2020
Croydon, United Kingdom179 contributions68 helpful votes
This is a very pleasant scenic spot on the rugged North coast of Jersey. Buses run out here from St Helier, dropping you off outside the Priory Inn, from which it is a short downhill walk to the viewing platform. Along the way, you'll pass the huge Devil statue stood in an algae-filled pond at the head of the trail. The path leads you to a naturally formed crater in the cliffs, believed to have been created by the collapse of a cave. Waves come crashing through the blowhole, so if you time your visit right, it can be quite a spectacle. The views across the coast and out towards the other Channel Islands are very impressive. We followed our visit up by walking along the coastal path at the head of the trail as far as Greve de Lecq, which I'd definitely recommend as a relatively easy walk with great views.
Read more
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
Previous