Port of Jersey

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Jersey
(Jersey, Channel Islands, UK

Although the centre of St Helier is within reasonable walking distance of the port, it may be easier to take a bus or taxi if your accommodation happens to be outside the city centre or indeed elsewhere on the island.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

Buses are timed to coincide with ferry arrivals and departures. They run to central St Helier and to destinations all over the island.

Jersey Bus is Jersey's official public bus service, with frequent services to and from the port, while several private coach companies also operate to the port.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Jersey is only a small island measuring about 14 miles long by five miles wide, but you will need a car if you want to explore its beautiful coastline and countryside. Most parts of the island are accessible by car and safety is a key feature of the Jersey road system, where maximum speeds are limited to 40mph.

If you don't plan on taking your own car, there are several major car rental firms on Jersey able to offer on-demand cars. The best way to book a hire car, however, is to pre-book online, where price and availability are typically much better than if you turn up and hope for the best.

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Car Parking

The Port of Jersey has good parking facilities near the ferry terminal. There are both short-term and long-term parking spaces on offer, as well as designated disabled spaces for those with special needs.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis congregate outside the ferry terminal for each ferry arrival and provide fast access into St Helier and to destinations island-wide. You will find taxi telephone numbers on the information boards in the ferry terminal.

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