Sitting between two separate shores, St Peter is nice and close to several neighbours, including St Brelade’s Bay. This rustic and unassuming village has a few treasured possessions, with tea rooms, dainty houses and windmills at its disposal – you can even sample local foods, like tasty creamy cheese!
Something for all
Although it’s a small village with few demands, St Peter is the ideal base for a chilled-out trip by the tranquil coast – and it makes exploring more of Jersey really easy. At the core of the community, the church – with its pretty, tree-speckled gardens – is well worth paying a visit.