If you're going to be vacationing on Jersey island you should take a little time to go north of the island to admire the strike Lecq. This place is very popular with tourists because this is the beach that was used by fishermen for centuries. Therefore, the colonies colonized the island of Sark in 1585. It is a perfect place to catch your breath and have a little change of pace. It's easily accessible by bus from St Helier all day, or car, with plenty of parking nearby (but beware of the ducks crossing the street!). There is also a bar that serves food.
The tiny city of Gorey is one of the 3 major ports of Jersey, east of the island. Mont Orgueil Castle dominates the village. It was built to protect the island from attacks, and later was the residence of the Governors of Jersey. There is also a harbor, restaurants, hotels and shops. Many buses leave from St Helier to Gorey.
King Street (also known as "back street") is the main street in St. Helier, Jersey's capital. It's also the street with the most commerce, offering shopping, jewellery, libraries, and restaurants. It's ideal for shopaholics and is one of the liveliest streets in town!