|Jersey, largest of the Channel Islands has an area of approximately 114 sq. km. and is situated in the Gulf of St Malo. Originally connected to the European landmass the island became separated by rising sea levels at about 4000 BC. For a small island it is rich in archaeology.
This site was created to provide those interested with photographs of as many of the main prehistoric sites and structures that can be identified in Jersey today. Several are barely recognisable through the undergrowth, some are on private property, most though are accessible if you know where to look. Also included are photographs of future sites and stones that have been suggested to have a megalithic history. The OS grid references relate to the 1:25000 Ordnance Survey map produced for The States of Jersey in 1981 and 2003. The Perry's guide references relate to the 1999 edition.