Located in the English Channel west of the Cotentin Peninsula, the Channel Island Jersey is a place that was shaped by the sea. Here, some of the most impressive tides in the world erode the coastline and nourish the land. From its eastern edge, you might be able to glimpse the French coast. It is often said that though this island may be small, it is full of character. With country roads that lead on to the cliff tops, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and Saint Helier is its capital. Its magnificent landscapes are begging to be explored. Invigorated by the sea air, you will love strolling along the island’s wild coastline. Here, the sea is never more than a ten-minute walk away.