Trinity Cider Apple Orchard
Hidden down a small lane you can discover a little part of Jersey’s past as over 120 apple trees have been planted as a gene bank in order to help safeguard some of Jersey’s traditional cider apple trees.
When in blossom, this small three vergée field is a place of wonder, filled with glorious scents and an abundance of insect life. Later in the year, it is a place of repose where you can relax under the shade of an apple tree and take it easy in the peaceful depths of Trinity’s countryside.
Park along La Rue es Picots and head towards Trinity Parish Church. Turn left opposite the Church down La Rue du Mont Pellier and the orchard will be found down the lane on your left hand side.
La Rue du Mont Pellier, Trinity