looking over the pretty harbour of Gorey is Mont Orgueil, where 13th Century islanders watched anxiously for invaders. It served as a German command and observation post during World War II. Recent renovated a labyrinth of stairways and passageways previously closed to the public are now open which makes the castle well worth a visit.
The turrets and towers of Elizabeth Castle, named after Queen Elizabeth I by Sir Walter Raleigh, are built on a rock a mile out to sea. At high tide it can be reached by “duck boat”, but at low tide, it can be reached on foot via a causeway.
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Originally built as a safe haven for the citizens of St Helier, Fort Regent is now dedicated to fun and sport, a superb sport and leisure facility, squash and badminton courts, refreshment outlets. The views over St Aubin’s and St Clement’s Bay alone make a visit worthwhile.
Discover 300 years of Jersey’s rural heritage at Hamptonne Country Life Museum. Nestled in the heart of St Lawrence, Hamptonne is a collection of picturesque farm buildings and meadows.
In the heart of St Lawrence, Hamptonne Country Life Museum transports you back to 17th century rural life. Explore the cluster of restored farmhouses and outbuildings or follow a nature trail and feed the farm animals. Discover local Jersey traditions such as cabbage loaves and cider making.