Here’s your chance to decide if West really is best? We journey through the quaint port of St Aubin, once famous for its cod trade between Jersey and Newfoundland, before travelling through the beautifully overgrown valley and up to Noirmont Point for our first stop. This really is a good time to get your cameras out, you will see stunning panoramic headline and coastal views of the South Coast and pretty Portlet Bay. There are also German fortifications dating back to the 2nd World War to explore, before hopping back on board. After Noirmont Point we take you down to one of the most popular beaches in Jersey, St Brelade’s Bay - made famous in the hay day of tourism and then on up to the iconic Corbiere Lighthouse, where we will stop for a real Jersey Ice Cream! On the journey back we meander alongside the longest stretch of beach on the Island, St Ouen’s Bay and then on through to the fairytale St Peter’s Valley. See if you can spot the only remaining working water mill!