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In this sea panorama, using a webcam in real time, you can see St Aubin’s Bay in Jersey, near the English Channel. In the foreground of the live broadcast there is the Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and on the right side you can see the port of Saint-Aubin.
On the coast of the bay in the online camera, there is Fort Saint-Aubin – a significant tourist attraction located on a rocky island. The fort can be reached on foot at low tide along the dam.
Saint-Aubin with this webcam, is a port village that overlooks the Gulf of Saint-Malo.
The English island of Jersey, where the online stream comes from, is located in the English Channel, on the sea route from England to France. Formally, Jersey is not part of the UK.
Tourists in Jersey are attracted by the picturesque wild coastline with bizarre cliffs cut by sea waves and incredible 12-meter high tides.
The capital of the island is the city of Saint-Helier.
Jersey, where the live camera is located, is divided into 4 parts: south, north, east and west. In the south, there is the capital, Saint-Helier, with city attractions: architectural monuments, museums, art galleries, beaches and many water activities in the Bay of Saint-Aubin shwn online. The North meets with wildlife, rugged rocky coastline and Durrell Zoo. The East invites you to plunge into the history of the island. There is a medieval castle on Mount Orgueil, fishing ports and harbors of Gori, as well as the pier of St. Catherine and Rozel. In the western territory there are valleys, aMaizin! Amusement park and surf sites in St. Ouen’s Bay.
Acquaintance with the capital of Jersey, where the live broadcast comes from – Saint-Helier, should start with the Elizabeth Castle – a military fort on a narrow promontory: the foundation of the city began from it in 550 BC. e. A visit to the Jersey Historical Museum and Art Gallery, as well as the Museum of Maritime History is a must.
An interesting sight of the city is the Tunnels – an underground military hospital during the Second World War.
In the east of Jersey, in this online live camera, there is the Mont Orgueil Castle, which has been protecting the island from attacks by French troops for 6 centuries. The oldest history of the island can be found in the 6000-year-old museum of the Neolithic site of La Hougue Bie.
In the west of Jersey with this web camera, attention is paid to the historic Greve de Lecq Barracks, the Channel Islands Military Museum, the active De Quetivel water mill and the Lavender Farm.
The main gem of the north of the island in the live camera, is Gerald Durrell Wildlife Park, located on the grounds of the medieval Ogre estate. More than 130 species of the rarest animals on Earth live here in natural conditions.
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