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List of islands of the Bailiwick of Jersey

La Motte
Icho and Icho tower, centre distance
L'Île au Guerdain, low tide
Foreground: Île Agois; background: Les Pierres de Lecq
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 of

  • Les Minquiers
    • Maîtresse Île / Maîtr' Île
    • Les Maisons
    • Le Niêsant
    • Les Faucheurs
    • La Haute Grune
  • Les Écréhous
    • Maîtr'Île
    • La Marmotchiéthe
    • Lé Bliantch'Île
    • Les D'mies
    • La Grand' Naithe
    • L'Êtchièrviéthe
    • Lé Fou
    • La Froutchie
  • Les Dirouilles
  • Les Pierres de Lecq
    • L'Êtchièrviéthe
    • La Rocque du Nord
    • L'Êtaîse or L'Êtaîthe
    • Lé Bel
    • Lé Longis
    • La P'tite Mathe
    • La Grôsse (Great Rock)
    • La Grand' Mathe
    • La Greune dé Lé, or La Bonnette
    • La Greune du Seur-Vouêt
    • L'Orange
    • La Vouêtaîse, La Vouêtaîthe, or La Vouêt'rêsse
    • La Cappe
    • La Douoche
    • Lé Byi
    • La Rocque Mollet
    • L'Êtché au Nord-Vouêt
    • La Galette
    • La Briarde
    • La Sprague
    • La Niêthole Jean Jean or Lé Gouoillot
  • Île Agois
  • La Motte (Green Island), a tidal island
  • L'Islet, site of Elizabeth Castle
  • L'Île au Guerdain, site of Janvrin's Tomb
  • Icho, site of Icho tower
  • L'Avarison, site of Seymour tower
  • La Rocque Ho
  • La Grosse Tête
  • Les Caînes[2]
  • Le Grand Caramé[2]
  • Le Petit Caramé[2]
  • Le Fara[2]
  • Les Rotchettes[2]
  • L'Île au Prêtre[2]
  • Le Cormoran[2]
  • Le Cheval Guillaume[2]
  • Lé Long Êtchet
  • L'Étacquerel[2]
  • La Froutchie
  • L'Île Pèrchie
  • Hèrquantîn
  • other rocks and reefs.

To be fair, it is a very generous interpretation to call any of the above named entities "Islands". 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

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i


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