La Cotte de St.Brelade
Ice age sediments began accumulating within a jagged fissure in the rocky cliffs of the modern south coast of Jersey between at least 220 000 and 30 000 years ago.
Located above St.Helier at the head of a dry valley dropping towards the sea, Les Varines was occupied by Magdalenian hunters around 18 000 years ago, immediately after the last glacial period.
Le Canal du Squez
Occupied around 9000 years ago Le Canal du Squez lies within the Les Landes SSI, on the edge of a shallow, hanging valley which would have provided a source of fresh water.
Some photographs on this page are reproduced thanks to Chris Brookes