St Peter

St Peter Holidays

St Peter is unique in that it is the only parish with two coastlines within its boundaries.  St Peter is perhaps best known as having Jersey’s only airport, but it features a number of tourist attractions and things to see.  On the road between St Peter’s Village and the Airport is Jersey’s only ten-pin bowling centre ‘Jersey Bowl’.

Le Moulin de Quétivel can be found in the picturesque wooded St Peter’s Valley and is a restored and working nineteenth-century watermill which includes a display of Neolithic quern stones found in Jersey and an exhibition on the history of milling.  Open to the public, this mill is the sole working example of its type.  There is also a village called St Peter, which is picturesque and has developed in recent years and includes a variety of shops, supermarkets and even a real ale brewery and also the Motor Museum.  Les Mielles Golf and Country Club is an 18 hole golf course and located in St Peter.  See out Jersey golf section for information on golfing in Jersey.  St Peter is also home to The Living Legend Vilage – a visitor centre with a audio-visual show re-creating some of the Island’s history.

Tourist Attractions in St Peter, Jersey

a’Maizin Maze at La Hougue Farm, St Peter

La Grande Route de St. Pierre
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Le Moulin de Quetivel, St Peter

Le Mont Fallu
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The Living Legend Village, St Peter

La Rue du Petit Aleval
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Jersey Bowl

Motor Museum

St Peter Hotels

St Peter Map