Jersey

Car Hire in Jersey, Channel Islands

If you are planning a visit to Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands, you really do need to have your own car to get around in.  It is possible to drive your UK rental vehicle onto a ferry and get the island that way from either Poole or Weymouth, however, the trip takes four hours and it would be much more convenient, and probably less expensive, to arrange car hire in Jersey UK, and pick up your Jersey car rental at the ferry terminal or airport on arrival.  Jersey is a magical place to spend a few days exploring, and a car rental in Jersey, Channel Islands will give you the freedom to see all the attractions at your own pace.

Jersey car hire

Several of the well-known names in Car Hire have offices on the island of Jersey.    You will find that all the following companies have desks either in town or at the airport or ferry terminal: Alamo car rental, National Car Rental, Budget Car Hire, and Honk.  All of these offer a wide range of vehicles, starting with budget compact cars, mid-range sedans for up to 5 people, or even larger vans that can seat up to 7 adults.  Browse online now to see which hire cars in Jersey Airport best suits your requirements and budget; you can compare quotes on line and choose the best deal on a cheap car hire in Jersey, Channel Islands.

Exploring the sights in your Jersey car rental

Jersey has some great attractions waiting to entertain you; superb castles, intriguing hands-on museums, educational and entertaining wildlife and adventure parks and also some superb gardens.  It is also a great place to go walking, hiking and cycling, so there is something for everyone in the family.  You cannot miss impressive Mont Orgueil Castle, which has been protecting the Island from invaders for over 600 years.  History buffs will also enjoy seeing Noirmont Command Bunker, The Jersey War Tunnels (WWII), Greve de Lecq Barracks, (Napoleonic Wars) and the Military Museum.  Take your Jersey airport car hire for a drive to see the working mill at Le Moulin De Quetivel, and a fascinating Passage Grave at La Hougue Bie. 

But do not think Jersey is not all about museums and war monuments; the island is very fertile and you can visit the La Mare Wine Estate, the Jersey Lavender Farm and many beautiful private gardens, and the Gerald Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust to see some of the 130 endangered species that are cared-for there.  At the end of your holiday in Jersey simply drive yourself to the airport or ferry terminal to drop off your Jersey Airport car hire and board your flight/ferry.