British Airways offers cheap return flights to Jersey from 23 different airports in the UK. Low cost airlines by far offer the cheapest flights to Jersey Airport (JER).
While Jersey's climate is mild year-round, it is no doubt more enjoyable to visit during the summer. Not surprisingly peak tourist season is from mid-July to the end of August when school starts back again.
Direct flights to Jersey from London take 1h.
Jersey is the biggest of the Channel Islands. The island itself has almost 5 miles worth of coastline so you can imagine why holidays in Jersey are so popular, especially in summer.
St Helier: As the largest city on Jersey, it's understandable this is the stepping-off point for many travellers. It boasts a number of museums, a hermitage and a charming city centre worth exploring.
Mount Orgueil Castle: Overlooking the Gorey harbour, this castle is an essential stop on the Jersey circuit. It was built in the 1200s and has been used as a museum since 1929, although during WWII, it was occupied by opposing troupes.
Beaches: The most popular beaches include St Brelade and Havre de Pas but if you're looking for something quieter, try Beauport or St Aubin's Bay. Want to skip from one beach to the next? Get a Jersey car hire for your trip.
Theatre: Jersey, being connected to French culture for so long, prides itself in its arts. For theatre, head to the Opera House in St Helier or the Benjamin Meaker Theatre. For arts and crafts, St Aubin has many craft markets and art festivals happening summer-long.
Find more information on Jersey Tourism.
Jersey has plenty on offer for accommodations, especially in the summer. Many travellers prefer to stay in St Helier at a bed & breakfast or a boutique hotel and explore the island from there. Beach resorts can be found mostly in the St Aubin bay area. During the summer, it's not unheard of for hotels in Jersey to require a minimum stay of 7 days in order to book in advance. The same goes for your cheap Jersey flights. For shorter stays, booking last minute is recommended.