With its stunning sea-cliffs and sandy bays, the island of Guernsey is awash with an abundance of fabulous restaurants.
- Fine dining – Guernsey is home to an excellent selection of upmarket restaurants offering contemporary cuisine, from delicious local seafood to melt-in- the-mouth steaks.
- Guernsey International Food Festival – Explore an amazing array of mouth-watering local produce at the annual Guernsey International Food Festival, featuring fantastic promotions in restaurants, as well as markets, shows, and interactive events.
- Enjoy freshly caught lobster in a harbour-side restaurant
- Discover delicious home grown local produce on the unique roadside hedge-veg stalls
- Tasty Walks – Discover a series of 15 self-guided walks in Guernsey, combining spectacular scenery and fabulous food. A great way to explore the whole island and enjoy its many fantastic restaurants and cafés!
- Explore rugged coastal cliff paths
- Meander along sleepy, sun-dappled rural lanes
Enjoy tax-free shopping in the bustling harbour town of St Peter Port. Don't miss the quaint boutiques dotted amongst the cobbled streets in the Old Quarter!
Fuel your sense of adventure and uncover rugged coastline and beautiful beaches through a range of adrenalin-pumping experiences in Guernsey.
- Surfing – Guernsey Surf School at Vazon Bay offers a great range of lessons and courses to suit all ages and abilities.
- Cycling – Guernsey’s unspoiled terrain and array of flora and fauna make it an ideal destination for cyclists, offering a network of self-guided routes.
- Coasteering – The ultimate opportunity to explore unseen parts of Guernsey's stunning coastline close up. Combining rock, climbing, swimming and jumping, this activity is perfect for thrill-seekers.
- Kayaking – Embrace the outdoors and explore gulleys, remote beaches and caves by kayak in Guernsey’s crystal clear waters.
Unearth an island steeped in history with a story to tell around every corner.
- Little Chapel – One of the smallest chapels in the world, Little Chapel is made up of broken china and pebbles. Relying totally on public donations, this work of art is a must visit during a trip to Guernsey.
- Castle Cornet – The perfect place to spend the day exploring. Enjoy panoramic views across St Peter Port from this iconic castle, and discover over 800 years of history.
- Guernsey Museum – Discover the history of the island and enjoy interactive exhibits at Guernsey Museum, housed within the restored Victorian Candie Gardens.
- Get a glimpse into French writer Victor Hugo’s life in Guernsey at the fascinating Hauteville House, where he lived and wrote Les Miserables during his exile from France.
Guernsey is famous for its stunning beaches, with a choice 27 to decide from!
- Vazon Bay – This stunning stretch of sand on Guernsey’s west coast is a magnet for sports enthusiasts; the perfect place to enjoy an energetic day out in the sunshine.
- Petit Bot Bay – A delightful hidden gem surrounded by magnificent cliffs and lying at the base of 2 wooded valleys.
- Fermain Bay – A pebbly bay tucked away on the rugged south coast, offering one of the most breath-taking cliff views on the island.
- Cobo Bay – A popular family beach with powder soft sand, spectacular sunsets and glittering shallow waters perfect for swimming.
- Port Soif – Surrounded by sand dunes, this horse-shoe shaped beach is always sheltered, making it a great beach for barbeques and sunbathing.
- Moulin Huet Bay – A secluded cove with a beautiful swimming beach that provided inspiration for French artist Renoir.
Guernsey offers a wide range of accommodation to cater for every taste, from five-star luxury to cosy boutique hotels.
- Fermain Valley Hotel – Nestled in a tranquil valley, The Fermain Valley Hotel boasts 2 fantastic restaurants, a private cinema and an indoor pool – the perfect place for a relaxing and luxurious break.
- Old Government House Hotel – Located in the heart of St Peter Port, this luxurious hotel has a sense of history and character, and is home a fantastic restaurant and spa.
For the ultimate escape, take a day trip to the stunning islands of Sark, Herm or Alderney, and discover a laid back pace of life where you can truly unwind and get away from it all.
- Herm – Be transported to another world just 20 minutes from St Peter Port. With stunning golden beaches surrounded by crystal clear waters, this charming island offers breath-taking beauty around every corner.
- Alderney – Explore cobbled streets, rolling commons and beautiful uncrowded bays in Alderney. This quaint island is steeped in history and is a paradise for nature lovers; famous for its rich and varied wildlife.
- Sark – Sark offers a peaceful paradise away from the stresses of modern life. This unspoilt island is car free – step back in time and explore the green lanes by horse and carriage, or hire a bicycle for the day.
Blue Islands, Flybe’s newest franchise partner, has confirmed the addition of a new direct service from Wales’ national airport to Guernsey in the Channel Islands for the summer 2017 season. Flights are bookable now from £39.99 one way at Flybe.com.
Flights to Guernsey will begin on Tuesday 2 May 2017 and will operate three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays throughout next summer until 30th September, on board Blue Islands' 68-seat ATR 72 aircraft.