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Love it? Share it. Win it!

Win lunch, SUP, scuba diving, coasteering and more. Just tell us what you love about Jersey National Park.

During lock-down, locals have been rediscovering the magical places and hidden gems in Jersey National Park. If you have a special place in the Park, post a picture of it on Facebook or Instagram. Tag @jerseynationalpark and add #jerseynationalpark and you could win one of our fantastic Jersey National Park Experiences.

Your picture can be a stunning view, a selfie or a group-shot. Extra points go to those who hold up a sign with the name of the location on it.

Win a JNP Experience

Post a picture of your special Jersey National Park location on Facebook or Instagram and you could win one of the following Jersey National Park experiences:

Jersey Uncovered Tours – win a 2.5 hour guided private walk worth £100 for up to four people. Two prizes available – one for the north-west coast with Nicky Mansell and another for the Wetlands Centre and St. Ouen’s Bay area with ornithologist Roger Noel.

Bouley Bay Dive Centre – £50 voucher for a taster session of your choice from scuba in the sea, a snorkel session in the sea or a paddle board lesson in the sea. 

Jersey Adventures – £50 voucher to go towards an activity of your choosing from coasteering, abseiling, kayaking, blo-karting, SUP and rock-climbing. 

Bunker Jersey – £50 voucher to take part in five group yoga lessons or have one private yoga lesson. 

Le Braye – £50 voucher to go towards a meal at the café.

What to aim for.

The Park is full of wonderful places, some well known, others less so. Think creatively – we’d love to see pictures of places in the Park that others might not know of. If it’s a popular location, try and show it from a different angle. Your picture can be a stunning view, a selfie or a group shot.

Tell us why the location is special to you. Tag someone you’d like to share your special place with.

Don’t forget to tag @jerseynationalpark and add #jerseynationalpark. Extra points go to those who hold up a sign with the name of the location on it.

Some of your favourite places.

The White House St Ouen. Sunset sea spray.

dave c

We spent our Saturday doing what we do best… eating at the beach. We dug a little make shift table out of the sand for a Pinterest-worthy picnic. 

dips and chips

Gorey Castle from a different angle. The tide was up in the crystal water, we all sat on the little slip with our feet in the water admiring the view!

dan c

Golden hour. L’Etacq.

amanda b

Sea rising to a big tide this morning at Greve De Lecq. It was grey at first by then the sun gave some colour after sunrise.

kristian g

Sunset walks in Jersey National Park.

jemma d

This walk along the rugged south western coast of the island is one of my favourites. It is one of the few areas that is not busy with other walkers, so the wildlife is not too disturbed. This morning it was beautiful and quiet.

 

lou

Absolutely love taking photos here when visiting Jersey.

trip gazer

One of my favorite places I’ve been lucky to visit at sunset, Les Ecrehous .

DAN C

This picture of Corbiere lighthouse reminds me of where my eldest daughter and I had a last picnic looking before she left jersey for a new life in Canada.

maureen n

Winter swell. St Ouen’s.

 

amanda b

A blustery but sunny walk along the coast late this afternoon. Made up for the drizzle and grey skies earlier in the day. Love finishing the day on a sunshine high.

becky H

Stunning end to the working week.

Jemma d

St Ouen’s Bay at sunset.

david h

St Ouen’s Bay. Picnic in the Park at sunset.

 

nan v

Full moon of still water in St Catherine! A bay that breathes life and soul during the day and serenity and calm at night!

Nicky b

Mackerel sky. I live on the edge of the cliff above Bouley Bay and the views are never the same.

saskia

A nice day well spent trail running on the north coast 😎 

simon M

Grosnez Castle. 14th century defence engineering from above, overlooking the huge vistas of the Atlantic Ocean.

simon H

L’Islet at Bouley Bay has so much to offer. Its stunning blue waters make this little section of rocks and trees one of the most beautiful places to look at from above.

amy

Elizabeth Castle the crown jewel of St. Helier! Many happy memories here as a lad with my little boat and Seagull engine.

simon H

Celebrating the ancient majestic rocks and sea caves of Plemont bay.

simon H

North coast trail running. Pause and enjoy the view.

simon M

Plemont. Clouds and water.

simon H