Locations

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The Royal Yacht

This upscale hotel is in the centre of the quayside area and always seems to be the hub of St. Helier’s social scene, with its popular al fresco restaurant, Zephyr.
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Hotel De Normandie

Moderate Price – Perfectly situated on the scenic St. Clement’s Bay, this hotel is a perfect base to explore St. Helier and the rest of the island.
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Avoca Villa Guest House

Budget Price – A very welcoming, family run bed and breakfast, just a ten minute walk from the centre of St. Helier
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Aromas

This is a popular little restaurant near the St. Helier quayside, serving a wide range of dishes.
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Banjo

For those special occasions, a visit to Banjo is perfect. This European-style brasserie is set in a former Gentleman’s Club and has the perfect surroundings to enjoy their delightful menu.
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The Seafish Café

A fish and chip shop, but probably unlike any you have visited before. The Seafish Café takes this traditional British dish and other fish dishes, elevating them to near perfection.
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The Portelet Inn

Combine with a visit Portelet Bay and enjoy traditional cooking combined with a great selection of beers!
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St. Helier Central Market

The Central Market is sheltered beneath the beautiful Victorian high-domed roof. There are fresh fruit and vegetable stalls full of local and imported produce. There are several butchers, bakery and cake shops, with a variety of specialist suppliers…
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Steam Clock - Ariadne

Listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the World’s largest steam clock, the Jersey steam clock is a full-scale replica of the centre section of a paddle steamboat named the Ariadne. The clock was commissioned in 1996, and is an interesting…
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La Hougue Bie

La Hougue Bie has been described as one of Europe’s finest passage graves and was built around 6,000 years ago. Perhaps surprisingly, you are allowed to enter this ancient site and you are even able to stand up fully within the tomb. There…