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St. Lawrence, Jersey Holidays

St. Lawrence is a parish on Jersey, Channel Islands.  It lies at the centre of the island, bordering the parishes of St, Peter, St. Mary, St. John and St. Helier.  St. Lawrence is a farmland parish, including a small coastline region of St. Aubin's Bay.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in St. Lawrence
 

St. Lawrence's Country Life Museum gives an authentic insight into rural life on Jersey.  St. Lawrence Church, St. Matthew's Church and Tesson Chapel serve the parish of St. Lawrence.

The annual cidermaking festival in St. Lawrence attracts visitors as well as locals.

Morel Farm is a National Trust for Jersey property in St. Lawrence, dating back to 1666.  The Jersey War Tunnels (previously known as the German Underground Hospital) can also be found in this parish, and other fascinating buildings of rural architecture in St. Lawrence are Hamptonne and Le Rât cottage.


Family Days out in St. Lawrence


Family activities in St. Lawrence include days at the wonderful beach of St. Aubin's Bay or a walk in the beautiful scenery of the rural parish.  Boat trips are offered, and cycling tours, coach tours and day trips to one of Jersey's neighbouring islands.  The variety of activities will keep you all busy during your family holidays in St. Lawrence!


Sport in St. Lawrence


Guided walking tours are available in most parts of Jersey.
TT Divers in St. Lawrence offers scuba diving lessons for beginners and experienced divers.

 

Shopping in St. Lawrence


A range of small shops and supermarkets provide all the necessary amenities for your stay in St. Lawrence.


You can shop VAT free on the Channel Islands.


Nightlife in St. Lawrence


The British Union is a popular pub in St. Lawrence.

Transport in St. Lawrence

Jersey Airport (JER) in the parish of Saint Peter has regular flights to and from Jersey.
There are buses running across the island to bring you to almost every destination on Jersey.


Ferries operate between Guernsey and Jersey, the UK and France.