The Parish of Trinity is in the north east of the Island and features an unspoiled rocky coastline and Les Platons – the highest point on Jersey at 453 feet (138 m) above sea level. With cliff top paths along the length of the parish, Trinity is ideal for walking and offers superb views.
The small beach and harbour at Bouley Bay is popular for scuba diving, fishing and its steep pebbly beach is safe for swimming. Hill climbs organised by the Jersey Motor Cycle and Light Car Club regularly take place on the steep and winding road down to the bay.
The parish church is well worth a look. The interior of the church reflects the 16th century Calvinistic era and it features one of the finest mural monuments on the Island – that of Sir Edward de Carteret. Near the church The Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society (RJA&HS) have a show ground and events such as county fairs and flower shows are held here. There is a prehistoric burial ground at La Hougue des Platons, the world famous Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust for endangered species and the Pallot Steam Museum are all located in Trinity.