Having been named after the
wandering saint, St. Branwallader, you will
wander nonstop with the beauty of the whole
parish. St. Brelade is the second largest land
area in the Jersey Islands. Its surface area
is 7,103 vergees. St. Brelade, which is on the
southwestern of the Jersey Island, is the only
parish that borders another parish that is St.
Though the Church of Brelade
is located far from the historic spots of the
area, still it was situated in the dramatic
end of the beautiful St. Brelades Bay.
The location of their church even has a legend
that fairies were the one who chose this site
near the shoreline. Also, just along the side,
St. Brelade has this little Fishermans
Chapel that housed the paintings called frecoes
that shows the icons of the Catholic Church
Reformation of the Western Europe. Also, on
the side of the Parish Church, La Chapelle es
Pecheurs has well-preserved arts from the medieval
period. Should you visit this parish, dont
forget to drop by and see the medieval arts
and paintings that will transport you back to
Want to see the most popular
bays in Jersey? The only place to be is at St.
Brelade! It has the Ouaisne, Portelet and St.
Brelade Bay. Just being in St. Brelade Bay,
you would not notice that the day is about to
finish with tons of activities to do. The beach
with the clear water and powdered golden sand
is not just a sight that would capture your
attention but the café and restaurant
surrounding the beachside will beckon you to
go and have a taste of the food that is truly
delicious. Beach activities are also waiting
for you to try--volleyball, speedboat tripping
and banana boat rides. You can also try other
water sports such as canoeing and pedalos.
If you want to relax and enjoy
the sight of the beach, go to the southwestern
part of the Island and you will find the La
Corbiere lighthouse. This was the concrete lighthouse
that was first built in the British Isles. Should
there be a low tide, you can actually walk to
get there with the causeway and be mesmerized
with the clear rock pools. Dont forget
to take a picture of this panoramic view, which
draws more tourists to the Island.
On the other hand, if you want
to laze and learn the tradition of perfume making
in Jersey, come and visit the Jersey Lavander
Farm. You will be shown a video of all the activities
on the farm from the origin of lavender, harvesting,
distilling and bottling the perfume. If you
love flowers and nature, you will be awed with
the plants that surround the farm like cypress,
eucalyptus, peppermint and rosemary. You will
also discover the 56 different kinds of bamboos
since the farm houses this collection. Usually,
all the plants on the farm are also for sale.
If you just want to relax while viewing the
scenery of greens and flowers, they have a tea
room just suitable for dozing with nature.
Bays, farm and other scenic
views will complete your vacation and adventure
at St. Brelade!
Hotels in St. Brelade
Helier || St. Brelade
|| St. Peters ||
St. Mary || St.
Savior || St. Martin
St. Ouen || St.
John || St. Clement
|| St. Lawrence
|| Trinity || Grouville
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