Isle of Jersey
March 31, 2003
The Isle of Jersey (officially called the Bailiwick of Jersey) is the largest Channel Island, positioned in the Bay of Mont St Michel off the north-west coast of France. The island has a population of about 90,000, and covers about 90 square kilometers. The economy is based largely on international financial services, agriculture, and tourism.
Topics: Environment, Mont Saint-Michel, Jersey, Channel Islands, Outline of Jersey, Economy of Jersey, Geography of the Channel Islands