Breezing freely beside the bays with Libertybus - a seaside sojourn from the east to the west of Jersey along the southern coastline and super St. Helier with its sumptuous views and scintillating vibe. This is an itinerary for an unforgettable day!


Enjoy a light breakfast and stroll in Liberation Square

There's so many great places to have a bite to eat in the throbbing heart of St. Helier, which is Liberation Square, gazing out onto pastel coloured shops, the famous Monument to Freedom sculpture and the many coffee bars, hotels, Jersey Museum and boats in the harbour. Liberty Wharf is next to the Bus Station and is a beautifully restored Victorian building, which was previously an abattoir and now is home to boutique shops, retailers and coffee shops and is well worth checking out!


Hop on-board the open top number 14 bus at 10:20 to St. Brelade's Church

Glide along the beautiful St. Aubin's Bay on this open top bus, with a gentle breeze blowing the cobwebs away whilst looking out to sea and the stunning sandy bay, with the sun glistening on the coast, small boats bobbing around and the dramatic boulders and rocks creating a really stunning landscape.


Disembark at St. Brelade's Bay

Take a walk along to St. Brelade's Bay. Soak in the sumptuous views and also maybe rest your legs in the lovely Churchill Memorial Park Sea Front Gardens on the promenade, where the flowers are blooming red and the palm trees create a paradisical ambience. Enjoy a dip in the sea perhaps or build a sandcastle!


Board the number 14 bus again at St. Brelade's Bay

Be whisked back on the open topper to St. Helier, taking in the views once more as the bustling town approaches and the fab sight of the majestic Elizabeth Castle out at sea!


Alight the bus at Liberation Square

Head to Liberation Square and the Jersey Museum, Art Gallery and Victorian House.


Visit the Jersey Museum, Art Gallery and Victorian House

Peruse the fascinating artifacts and collection of paintings, stepping back in time to be immersed in the history of this incredible Island. The Victorian House, in particular, provides a marvellous glimpse into 19th Century Jersey.


Head back to Liberation Square

Enjoy a bite to eat at the Rigatoni Restaurant which serves delicious salads, pastas, sandwiches, pizza and much more!


Take a stroll round the old harbour to Havre des Pas Beach

It's a delightful walk around the side of the cliff and promenade, past lovely cafes, bed and breakfasts and restaurants to this quiet, traditional seaside beach with a small pier. Or, if you don't fancy a walk you can pick the number 1 bus up at Liberation Square for the next part of this great adventure. Before leaving Liberation Square, why not treat yourself to a delightful ice cream from the kiosk in the Square! There's a varied range of flavours and the welcome is always really hearty!


Pick the number 1 bus up at Havre des Pas Beach

Enjoy a beautiful ride alongside the coast - Greve d'Azette and then St Clement's Bay and past the stunning La Rocque Harbour to glorious Gorey Pier.


Alight the bus at Gorey Pier

Sit on a bench and gaze out to sea at this small fishing harbour. Turn around and enjoy the brilliant views of the pastel coloured buildings set against a backdrop of the cliff with the medieval battlements of Mont Orgueil castle atop. Then, enjoy a coffee, cake or ice cream in the fabulous Eastside establishment which is situated at the heart of Gorey Pier opposite the bus stop. It's a real treat here - particularly their lovely energy cakes, which will help re-charge your batteries after a barnstorming day!


Get back on board the number 1 bus at Gorey Pier

Savour every second of the scenery on the delightful journey back!


Alight the bus at Liberation Square

The evening adventure now begins, with many places to enjoy a fabulous dinner, or a walk around the old town and partake of the many bars, some of which have live music, such as the Blue Note Bar in Broad Street. There's some great nightclubs too, such as Havana Club in Halkett Street or Rojo in Beresford Street. Whatever your penchant, there really is something for everyone in super St. Helier!

Other great places to visit if you are staying longer!

Mont Orgueil Castle is a short, walk up the cliff overlooking Gorey Pier. It’s one of the best examples of a medieval fortress and symbol of Jersey’s proud national identity and independent character.

La Rocque Harbour is home to the historic La Rocque Tower, a Martello Tower, built in 1796. This iconic structure offers an insight into Jersey’s miliary history and provides a great vantage point for panoramic views of the surrounding coastline. There’s also some lovely walks to be enjoyed, as well as bird watching, especially during migration seasons, when a huge range of species can be spotted.

Elizabeth Castle is accessible by foot in low tide or a 15-minute fun-filled ferry from St. Helier Harbour – known with affection by the locals as ‘The Duck’! The Castle was constructed in the 16th Century and played a crucial defensive role for Jersey over the centuries and replaced Mount Orgueil Castle as the primary stronghold due to its strategic position. It features a blend of medieval, Tudor and military architectural styles.

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