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Exploring Guernsey

Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands.  Known as the Bailiwick of Guernsey, it embraces not only all 10 parishes on the island of Guernsey but also the neighbouring islands of Herm, Jethou, Burhou, Lihou and their islet possessions.

More enchanting and traditional than neighbouring Jersey, Guernsey offers spectacular coastal scenery, crystal clear waters with white sandy beaches, a fascinating maritime and military history and a rich cultural heritage. Exploring Guernsey is easy. Many of the roads and lanes are quite narrow and driving can be a challenge so an easier option is to take the bus which will cost as little as £2 for an island tour.

Cycling is popular on Guernsey and cyclists take precedence over cars so roads are very safe for bicyles. With such beautiful coastal and country scenery, the island is very popular with walkers and there are several Walking Weeks held throughout the year

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Activities in Guernsey

From outdoor fairs and festivals to cliff walking there is always something to do in Guernsey all year round.


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Attractions in Guernsey

From Victor Hugo's house to the Occupation Museum to Fort Grey - there is plenty to see on Guernsey.

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Travelling to Guernsey

Fly or sail to Guernsey.  For flights choose Blue Islands and Aurigny.  For sailing, view Condor Ferries schedule.

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