There are two great places to buy the best seafood and fish in Jersey for a beach picnic or barbecue. The famous fish stall of the Fresh Fish Company on the Victoria Pier of St Helier is heaven for foodies with seasonal fresh spider crabs, local mackerel, turbot, Dover sole, John Dorey, monkfish, and plump local scallops as well as freshly cooked lobster and crabs. They also cook dishes like Posh Fish & Chips, prawn cakes, or freshly prepared king prawn and lobster Thai curries. Another spot for picking up fresh fish is Beresford Street Market, St Helier, with its fresh fish stalls intertwined with several eateries where you can try locally grown oysters, Chancre crab and lobster. Just across the road is the central market selling a wide range of local fruit and vegetables and other produce in a beautiful glass domed building.
You may also be interested in:
- Walks from Rozel Harbour to St Catherine’s Breakwater or Bonne Nuit Bay
- Discover Jersey’s Occupation story
- Walk to tidal L’Islet (Elizabeth Castle) from St Helier
- Discover the horrible histories of Mount Orgueil
- Go glamping at the Durrel Wildlife Park
- Try some of the best seafood in the Channel Islands
- Swim or walk on the best beaches in Jersey
- Enjoy a seafood BBQ in a WW2 bunker
- Visit one of the ten oldest buildings in the world
The other Channel Islands are also excellent walking destinations and, together with Jersey, walks around their coast paths form the 110 mile Channel Island Way.
Guernsey – find out about walking in Guernsey, Guernsey’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Sark – find out about walking in Sark, Sark’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Herm – find out about walking in Herm, Herm’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Alderney – find out about walking in Alderney, Alderney’s outdoor activities, cafes and more here
Other islands in the British Isles
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