Guernsey is an island with a unique character fostered from a long and eventful history, spectacular scenery and mild climate. Here we will introduce you to some of the highlights, which will help make your holiday memorable.
The cliffs are awash with flowering plants in spring, but at any time of year, the well marked paths with benches ensure you can walk as far as you like and always find a place to stop and rest to admire the views.
Explore the lanes
Inland you can follow country lanes (Ruette Tranquille) on foot or by bike, perhaps finding a hedge veg stall to stop and buy seasonal produce from local gardens.
Choose from the wide selection of beaches where you can swim, explore the seashore, birdwatch, sunbathe or take refreshments at a welcoming kiosk.
Why not try your hand at water sports such as surfing, kayaking or coasteering?
Discover the capital
Discover St. Peter Port, the island’s capital with its busy marinas, shops and attractions including Castle Cornet and Victor Hugo's newly refurbished home in Hauteville.
Taste the local food
Enjoy eating out at one of the many island restaurants or cafes and discover just how good the locally sourced seafood and produce is.
If you want to see more of the Bailiwick, you could take a boat trip to visit the smaller islands, where you can relax on Shell Beach in Herm or a take carriage ride around Sark.
Stay at La Pastorelle
La Pastorelle Holiday Bungalow houses up to 4 adults at the beautiful and convenient location of Icart in Guernsey, with stunning coastal views.