La Motte
La Motte
Icho and Icho Tower, centre distance
Icho and Icho Tower, centre distance
L'Île au Guerdain, low tide
L'Île au Guerdain, low tide
Foreground: Île Agois; background: Les Pierres de Lecq
Foreground: Île Agois; background: Les Pierres de Lecq
Le Long Êtchet
Le Long Êtchet

The Bailiwick of Jersey (Jèrriais: Bailliage dé Jèrri) is a British Crown dependency off the French coast of Normandy.

As well as the island of Jersey itself, the Bailiwick includes[1] the nearly uninhabited islands and islets of:

By calling any of the above named entities "Islands", is a very generous representation. Most are no more than uninhabitable rocks jutting out of the sea. Les Écréhous are habitable; the rest would require a hardy individual to even attempt habitation.

References

  1. ^ Coysh, Victor (1985). Channel Islets. Guernsey: Guernsey Press. ISBN 0902550128.
  2. ^ "Les Minquiers, Jersey". Ramsar.
  3. ^ "Les Écrehous & Les Dirouilles, Jersey". Ramsar.
  4. ^ "Les Pierres de Lecq". Ramsar.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i Stevens, Arthur & Stevens (1986). Jersey Place Names. Jersey. ISBN 0-901897-17-5.