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Channel Islands UK, Channel Islands
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Europe's Jersey Is An Adventure For Shore! 🇯🇪🌊⛱️

From Beach Getaways to Luxury Spa Breaks, Explore Jersey in The English Channel Islands From $475 Round-trip—Typically $650+

From $475

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Pirates, it's time to set sights on Jersey! No, not that Jersey; we mean the one in Europe!

A hidden gem for beach getaways, romantic trips, and luxury spa breaks, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands—an archipelago in the English Channel off the Normandy coast of France.

Perfect for year-round visits, thanks to mild winters and warm summers, the coastal town offers award-winning beaches, picturesque walking and cycling trails, and more.

We found amazing fares in late winter, spring, and autumn. While round-trip fights usually cost $650+, book your airfares today for $475.

These flights are on American Airlines or British Airways and depart from various US cities, including San Francisco, Miami, and New York.


Close to the Sea
Close to the Beach
Great for Couples
Great Food
Great for Groups
Great for Solo Travel


  • Baltimore
  • Boston
  • Miami
  • Chicago
  • Los Angeles
  • Philadelphia
  • Nashville
  • Seattle
  • New York City
  • District of Columbia
  • Portland
  • Las Vegas
  • Houston
  • San Francisco


  • Channel Islands

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