Guernsey, UK & Channel Islands
Guernsey is an ideal destination to enjoy an active holiday – whether you are looking for activities on the water or land based - and it is easy to get to whether you wish to fly or take a ferry
At a Glance
- Getting there:
- You can fly or take a ferry - for a quote, email us your dates and party size
- Top 5 things to do:
- Visit Castle Cornet in St Peter's Port
- German occupation museum
- Archery - never tried it? - have a go, its great
- Victor Hugo's House
- The Bird gardens - the kids will love it....and so will you!
- Price guide:
- Prices start at £308pp for 3 * hotel with ferry crossing for a week. Activity programs vary depending on chosen activities but we can offer a range of things for the family from £150
- Local currency:
- Time Difference from UK:
- Swimming pool:
- Indoor and outdoor
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Guernsey is an island which is closer to France than the UK, geographically, but it is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The Bailiwick should be distinguished from the island of Guernsey.
As well as the island of Guernsey itself, the Bailiwick includes the islands of Herm, Jethou, Burhou, Lihou, as well as two other jurisdictions, the island of Alderney and the island of Sark.
The island of Guernsey itself is divided into 10 parishes - the defence of all the islands is the responsibility of the UK but the Bailiwick of Guernsey is not part of the U.K. but rather a collection of separate possessions of the Crown (the islands of Guernsey, Sark, Alderney and Jethou each forming a separate possession).....but, enough of the history, why would you want to viist?
It is an island, with a warmer climate than the UK so you can enjoy a range of activities outside; on the beach, walking the cliffs, island hopping or dining ‘al fresco’ and watching the world go by.
A wonderful array of stunning scenery and an excellent range of accommodations from which to choose, Guernsey is an excellent holiday destination.
Enjoy inspiring walks along the cliff paths, rambles through the rural interior or lazy days on the island’s beautiful beaches, Guernsey has it all.
St Peter Port, the island’s capital, is a bustling harbour town, a tapestry of architectural styles that tell the story of the region’s changing fortunes. Here bistros, restaurants and boutiques jostle for your attention, while in the harbour ferries are readied to take you to the sister islands.
Things to do on a Guernsey Holiday
There is a wealth of things to do on the island from sailing to surfing and karting to golf.
We have packaged up a range of options (see above) but if you would like us to package a trip, just email us from here
Cycling Holidays in Guernsey
Golf Holidays in Guernsey
There are a range of golfing options on Guernsey but we would recommend a 4 day break with 3 rounds split between la Grande mare Golf Club and the Royal Guernsey Golf Club.
Packages can be arranged at any of our accommodations and we include a return ferry crossing - cheaper to bring your clubs in the car than fly and pay the excessive baggage fees!
Surf & Sailing Holidays in Guernsey
Our surf packages operate from May until October. We can arrange tuition on most days and there are programmes to suit all ages and abilities.....more
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Accommodation in Guernsey
Location of Guernsey
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Doing More … Design your holiday to suit you.
Doing More in Guernsey
All of these options are available for holidays in Guernsey. Prices may depend upon your chosen accommodation. You can add and change these items at any point once you have booked your holiday.
Design your holiday to suit you.
Activity packages & activities - courtesy of Zenith
Keeping the family happy
A key part of your holiday is the eating experience
Photos of Guernsey
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Events in Guernsey
1 October 2014 to 10 November 2014
Menu’s starting from £10 offer great value for money and gives a buzz to participating restaurants throughout the island. The six week Tennerfest is always hugely popular and has over 160 participating establishments. Menus are available in the Tennerfest supplement from late September and on the website
Short Breaks in Guernsey
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