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Parish Church of St. Brelade

St Brelade
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The churchyard was very clean and well kept and had fantastic photographic views of St Brelades... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Leicester, United Kingdom
This is our parish church and I believe that the attached fisherman's chapel is the oldest in Europe

This is well worth a visit for tourists. The church and chapel are beautifully kept and the views... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Calabash J
Jersey, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The churchyard was very clean and well kept and had fantastic photographic views of St Brelades Bay. Fascinating array of headstones. Make your way to the back of the church to find the smugglers steps.

Thank jackieinthebox
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is well worth a visit for tourists. The church and chapel are beautifully kept and the views from the graveyard across St Brelades bay are just beautiful

Thank Calabash J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I am so glad that we visited this church. The overwhelming sense of peace and tranquility was tangible. The architecture of this church and the fishermen's church is particularly interesting. Be prepared to spend some time here.

Thank BushmillsTillieT
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

On a walk along the beach we came across this charming church. It was 7:30pm. The church and fishermen's church was open to the public. A beautiful place to sit and absorb yourself in spirituality and the beauty and charm of this island. A prayer...More

Thank frin79
Reviewed 15 July 2017

Driving along the coast suddenly came across the vary picturesque church on a slipway to the sea. Worth a stop. Very large grounds with a very established graveyard. However on looking as to why it was built effectively right at the sea edge found an...More

Thank PHE22
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Very enjoyable visit to an interesting and peaceful church and chapel. The chapel is lovely, with beautiful wall paintings. It is available for weddings - with guests of 20 or less! The church is lovely too, very unusual small stones construction on the interior. The...More

Thank foilplay
Reviewed 12 July 2017

Well worth a visit, such a contrast to the nearby beach. We were stopping close by and saw the church and fisherman's chapel several times. Even peeked at a wedding there and an incredible band that played for them during photos. When we toured the...More

Thank paulinsuffolk2016
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Very nice little church with a little must see chapel adjacent, this is the fisherman chapel and you must see the wall paintings.

Thank peter i
Reviewed 8 July 2017

We have visited this church a number of times especially to visit the fishermens chapel which is a really spiritual place and agree with all the positive comments posted. For the first time this year our visit coincided with St Brelades day and we attended...More

Thank Leekies
Reviewed 6 July 2017

what a lovely church and alot of history that goes with it lovely to walk round and a visitors book to sign . there is a plague on the wall in the grave yard that tells you all about the german prisoners .

Thank Susan M
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Marriages of that era will be recorded at Jersey Archive, Clarence Road, St Helier, +44 (0) 1534 833300