Visit Guernsey


Located in the English Channel near the French coast, visit Guernsey to explore one of the Channel Islands, renowned for its beautiful beaches, watersports, and stunning coastal cliff walks.

Discover the history of Guernsey with a trip to Castle Cornet and its museums. The 800-year-old castle stands prominently at the mouth of the harbor and includes five museums and four period gardens. Each day there are guided tours and daily attractions.  Visitors can learn about the history of the castle and other aspects of Guernsey’s past, through its five museums housed within the Castle.

For those looking to catch some rays and swim in the sea, there is no shortage of stunning beaches in Guernsey.  Popular beaches include, Shell Beach, Vazon Beach, Cobo beach and Port Soif Bay.  Port Soif is popular with both visitors and local families who enjoy barbecues here on warm summer evenings.

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, there are plenty of activities on offer. From kayaking, coasteering, climbing to kayaking, there are plenty of ways you can explore this wonderful island. Whilst not for the faint hearted, coasteering offers a unique opportunity to discover Guernsey and seeking out hidden bays.

If you are looking to explore the surrounding islands of Guernsey, take a boat trip to Sark, Herm, Alderney and Lihou. Each island has its own unique charm and character, and is less than one-hour travel time between any of the islands.

With so much to do, there’s an endless amount of reasons to visit Guernsey.

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