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What to do
Guernsey boasts a spectacular coastline and beautiful countryside, as do the other smaller islands in the Bailiwick: Herm, Sark, and Alderney. With this in mind, there is a huge selection of activities to participate in, benefitting from the crystal clear waters surrounding the islands to exploring rugged coastal paths or pretty, woodland walks.
Whether you are a water sports enthusiast into adventure sports like coasteering, kayaking or diving, a bird watcher, walker, cyclist, culture vulture or a green fingered fan of all things botanical, you will find something to suit here. To learn more about activities offered in Guernsey, take a look at Visit Guernsey and Outdoor Guernsey.
Keen fishermen and anglers can enjoy coarse or deep sea fishing and there are plenty of charter boats available for hire that will take you to fertile waters and ensure a healthy catch for the day.
For walkers, there are miles of coastal paths to to be enjoyed as well as country ambles. You can choose to wander on your own or take one of many guided walks available. Several times a year the island offers Walking Weeks with a full menu of differing walks on offer, including night time ghost tours.
For golfers, there are three courses on the island that will guarantee a challenging game for golfers of any standard.
Guernsey is well known for its flowers - freesias, clematis and lilies in particular and it has its own mini Battle of Flowers parade at the island's North Show in the latter part of August as well as individual flower shows throughout the season. There are a number of gardens to explore - not only in Guernsey but also on Herm.
One of the biggest events of the year is the Tennerfest in October, extending through into November. A huge number of restaurants and hotels participate offering a menu for as little as £10. It is a super opportunity to eat your way around Guernsey, trying a different restaurant nearly every night. The Tennerfest is very popular with locals, so it's best to check out the Tennerfest website and book your spaces well in advance.