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Best things to do in Channel Islands

Airport
“Duty free”
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Natural Feature
“Most Northernly point of Contention peninsula with lighthouse and sea views”
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Park
“Jersey Zoo is a zoological park established in 1959 on the island of Jersey in the English Channel by naturalist and author Gerald Durrell. It is operated by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. It has approximately 169,000 visitors per year; visitor numbers tend to vary with the tourist trade to Jersey.”
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Slott
“Mont Orgueil is a castle in Jersey that overlooks the harbour of Gorey. It is also called Gorey Castle by English-speakers, and lé Vièr Châté by Jèrriais-speakers.”
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Restaurant
“Tastey food spot for brunch and lunch with amazing views. http://www.elticojersey.com/home”
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Establishment
“Hohlgangsanlage 8 was a partially completed underground hospital complex in St. Lawrence, Jersey, built by German occupying forces during the occupation of Jersey during World War II. Over 1 km of tunnels were completed. ”
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Natural Feature
“une vue imprenable tout simplement magnifique”
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Administrative Area Level 1
“Most visitors will agree that Herm Island is a magical place, a must see!! A short boat ride from Guernsey, every inch of the island is steeped in history and mystery. The north end of the island is made up of beautiful beaches and the vast grassy common.”
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Museum
“Museum charting Jersey's history from the Ice Age to WWII, with a tourist information center.”
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Restaurant
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“Probably one of the most impressive views on the island from a restaurant. The place I definitely recommend.”
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Museum
“local history ”
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Restaurant
“https://www.facebook.com/theboathousejsy/?rf=199475276760962”
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Havn / Marina
“Il se trouve au « Bout du Monde » juste en face de l'île anglo-normande Aurigny. C'est également à Goury que l'on trouve la station de sauvetage en mer et son canot le « Mona Rigolet », souvent de sortie pour secourir des navires pris dans le Raz Blanchard, l'un des courants les plus forts au monde. C'est aussi une des étapes du GR 223, plus communément appelé "sentier des douaniers", et parcours pédestre qui s'étend sur 80km de la plage d'Urville-Nacqueville au Nord aux dunes de Surtainville au Sud. Que vous soyez marcheur averti ou simple promeneur, laissez-vous guider par ce sentier qui n'aura de cesse de vous surprendre. ”
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Airport
“Mélange irrésistible de paysages d’une beauté à couper le souffle et d’un art de vivre bien contemporain”
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Kafé
“Delicious food and fantastic setting”
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