The largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey is an island in tune with nature, bursting with unique culture.
At just nine miles by five, Jersey is an island like no other, a mix of sedate countryside and cosmopolitan culture. La Mare Wine Estate is situated in the north of the island in the country parish of St Mary.
In Jersey, you’re never more than ten minutes from the coast. From rugged landscapes to sweeping golden bays, our award winning beaches offer the perfect escape whether you’re looking for family friendly fun or the adrenaline rush of a coasteering adventure.
Jersey is a Surfer's Paradise
Our famous five mile bay is home to one of the oldest surfing clubs in Europe with golden sand washed by rolling Atlantic waves.
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"Provenance takes priority in Jersey"
Flavoursome Jersey Royal Potatoes, creamy milk from our iconic Jersey Cows and oysters cultivated in the shallow warm waters surrounding the island.
Flavoursome Jersey Royal Potatoes, creamy milk from our iconic Jersey Cows and oysters cultivated in the shallow warm waters surrounding the island. Jersey is packed with amazing eating experiences, from coastal cafes to chic restaurants, farm stalls to village delis, and the ultimate fish and chips on the beach.
The Jersey National Park
La Mare Wine Estate is situated adjacent to the Jersey National Park
"Over 5000 acres steeped in history"
A coastal environment of over 5000 acres steeped in history, rich in agricultural and natural diversity. A wonderland of natural flora and fauna, home to rare species of wildlife some of which can only be seen in the Channel Islands.
The Channel Islands were the only part of the British Isles to fall into enemy hands, when they were occupied by German forces between 1940 and 1945. Many of the coastal military zones and inland sites are still visible to this day.