St Helier


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Tel code: 01534 | code search
Postcode: JE1 | code search
Population: 28300
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Birthplace of:
Lillie Langtry Frederick Lonsdale Rosie Boycott
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Food Legends:
Black Butter
Hauntings and Ghosts:
Bouley Bay’s Black Dog
Folk Customs:
Battle of the Flowers

St Helier Events

Liberation Festival
Spring Walking Week

Out of the Blue Maritime Festival
Wet and Wild Festival

CAMRA Beer Festival
Dragon Boat Challenge

Standard Chartered Jersey Marathon

Fox Open Art Competition

La Fête dé Noué
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Oaklands Lodge Hotel
"Very much enjoyed our stay here. The hotel perfectly met our needs and was excellent value for money. We hadn't realised the breakfast was a full breakfast and ..." More

Merchant Trader
"This has to be the best bar in jersey food is fantastic and really good value. Live entertainment and DJs every night definitely the pub before the club in jersey.

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One Call Taxi - Jersey
"Extra cost to call this number from a mobile to spend a couple of minutes listening to chad music and im still trying to book a cab in St hellier. ..." More

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"St Helier in Jersey Channel islands is a great place for shopping, where you can buy many a bargains or fine gifts or buy black butter a kind of jam ..." More

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Visited Jersey for weekend breaks. Easy and quick to get ...More

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St Helier is one of the largest parishes in Jersey and also the largest town in the Channel Islands. It is believed that it was originally settled at some time around the Roman invasion of Gaul. Helier is the patron saint who was martyred in Jersey and after whom the parish and town are named. The medieval hagiographies depicting Helier show a small fishing village on the dunes. There was an Abbey founded at St. Helier in 1155 on L'Islet, a tidal island adjacent to the Hermitage. Later on this was fortified and turned into Elizabeth Castle, named after Queen Elizabeth I by the governor of the island, Sir Walter Raleigh. St Helier's coastline stretches from Le Dicq in the east to Millbrook in the west. It is a place where you can discover Jersey's rich maritime heritage, a story of remarkable courage. There is a wide choice of accommodation in St Helier including the Pomme D'or Hotel, the Apollo Hotel, the Marina Hotel, the Club Hotel and Spa and the Radisson SAS Waterfront Hotel. A main focal point of the town is Liberation Square where, in 1995, a statue was erected to celebrate 50 years of peace and liberation from the Nazis.


Elizabeth Castle
Jersey Archive
Jersey Museum
Maritime Museum/Occupation Tapestry Gallery
Occupation Tapestry Gallery

Care Home

Pinewood Residential Home


The Forum


Dance - La Moye Dancing Club


All Sports Bar
Pure Bar & Club


Broad Street Dental Care
Parade Dental Practice


Island Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Cox Peel & Partners Estate Agents
Gaudin & Co
Sloman & Son

Thompson Estates
Troys Estate Agency

Health and Fitness Club

Club Spa

Holiday Park

Panama Apartments


St Helier Country Market

Performing Arts

Fort Regent Leisure Centre
Jersey Arts Centre Youth Theatre
Jersey Opera House

Pub and Bar

Dog & Sausage
Earl Grey
Merchant Trader


Blue Fish Cafe
Longueville Manor
The Royal Yacht


Beaulieu Convent School

Helvetia House School
Jersey Arts Centre Youth Theatre
Victoria College
Victoria College Prep School


Liberty Apartments By Bridgestreet Worldwide
Panama Apartments
SACO Apartments


Andrew Begg & Co
Bois Bois
Cary Olsen
Le Cornu Michel
Le Gallais & Luce


Erics Taxi Service
Luxicabs Ltd (24hr Island Wide Service)
One Call Taxi - Jersey


Fort Regent Leisure Centre
Jersey Opera House

Sports Clubs

Hunters (Men's Hockey)

Jersey Spartan AC (Athletics)
Velo Sport Jersey (Cycling)


Garlands Florist
Austin Reed
Organic Shop (The)
Vers Les Mont Organic Farm
H Samuel
Ernest Jones
Fat Face
Crabtree and Evelyn
Hallmark Cards
Hallmark Cards
Hallmark Cards
The Entertainer


St Helier Galleries Ltd

Activities (South Coast Cruises)(Boat Trips and Cruises)
Aardvark A-Z Zebra Cycles(Cycling)

Places to Stay near St Helier

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The Venue Hotel (94.00 miles)

The Venue Hotel
Dorset’s premier hotel, located on Portland’s historic cliff tops with beautiful panoramic views. Our modern rooms make The Venue Hotel an ideal weekend retreat or perfect venue for weddings and conferences with state of the ... More | visit website
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Portland Lodge (95.43 miles)

Portland Lodge

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A warm and welcoming base to discover the beautiful Dorset coast, the lodge is situated at the heart of the Jurassic coast, at the summit of the Isle of Portland. Close to ... More

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The Heights Hotel - Portland (95.69 miles)

The Heights Hotel - Portland
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The Heights Hotel is a 3* hotel set on the summit of Portland amidst newly awarded World Heritage site. We are a Modern, friendly hotel with high standards of both accommodation and ... More
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Blacknor Cottage (96.03 miles)

Blacknor Cottage
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The Aqua (96.56 miles)

The Aqua
The Aqua is on the Isle of Portland, a headland connected to rest of England by Chesil Beach, a short walk away. The Aqua, constructed of Portland Stone, with a clean modern interior is situated on ... More | visit website
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Kingston Country Courtyard (98.66 miles)

Kingston Country Courtyard
Kingston Country Courtyard gives you a taste of authentic farmstead life in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Situated in open countryside on a picturesque ridge amid the beautiful Purbeck Hills, it offers spectacular views ... More | visit website
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Old Castle Hotel (98.77 miles)

Old Castle Hotel
The Old Castle Hotel is situated half way between Weymouth and Portland so is ideally placed for all activities. Weymouth can be walked to via a fantastic view across Portland and Weymouth bay within ten ... More | visit website
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Scott Arms Hotel (98.83 miles)

Scott Arms Hotel
The Scott Arms, located in Kingston near Corfe Castle. We offer B&B accommodation which has been recently renovated to a very high standard along with our delicious locally-sourced breakfasts, we believe The Scott Arms is ... More | visit website

Kimmeridge Farmhouse (98.85 miles)

Kimmeridge Farmhouse
Kimmeridge farm Bed and Breakfast is located on a gentle slope in the village of Kimmeridge, with views of Kimmeridge Bay over their own farmland which stretches from the highest point in Purbeck (Swyre Head) ... More
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Lulworth Mill House (99.26 miles)

Lulworth Mill House
Lulworth Mill House is located on the Cove in West Lulworth, situated in the Isle of Purbeck and in the centre of the unique and beautiful World Heritage Jurassic Coastline.

It has a modern bistro, outside ... More | visit website

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