Guernsey’s beaches are great for a family day with the kids, a romantic stroll in the sun or a postcard-worthy sunset, spending some time alone by the water with a book, or practicing adventurous water sports. Here are some of GuernseyTravel’s team members favourites.
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Visiting the Islands of Guernsey for the first time? Return visitor? Either way, you’ll never run out of things to do here! From music festivals that last the entire weekend and sports events to an array of culinary and walking festivals, and from traditional fayres to markets in parks, squares and along the beachfront.
The main island may be small by most of our standards but, compared to its neighbours, Guernsey is something of a metropolis! In this article, we’ll introduce you to these three beautiful smaller islands, all of which are just a short ferry ride away from the ‘mainland’ of Guernsey, and what you can do on a day trip there.
Before you decide when to book your trip, have a look at our guide which will give you more information on the most anticipated festivals taking place in Guernsey over the next 12 months. Some of the events could be perfect for you and your family!
Whether or not you’ve got any experience with birdwatching, we’re sure you’ll be interested in our list of the top 10 rare birds spotted in Guernsey (which also includes a small selection of species found on the nearby island of Alderney).
At just over 5 square miles in area, Alderney is incredibly the 3rd largest of the Channel Islands. A visit to Alderney will fulfil, for anyone who ever had it, that childhood dream of discovering a world of its own, full of beautiful scenery and treasures.
The Braye Beach Hotel showcases some of the finest views in the Channel Islands, with a panoramic sweep opening onto the picturesque Braye Bay on Alderney’s north coast. The luxury surroundings of this 4 star hotel are perfectly complimented by the excellent dining on offer in the hotel’s restaurant, terrace and bar.