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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Need some ideas for your holiday to Guernsey? Despite its small size, approximately 25 square miles, the island has everything you could wish for: great outdoors, miles of cliff paths to walk along, beautiful beaches, historic landmarks that depict the island’s past, and the chance to island-hop around the Bailiwick.
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.
If you’re thinking about visiting Guernsey this summer or you’ve already booked your holiday, our recommendation is to join the Afternoon Tea Week celebrations from 8th to 14th August.
From small walks on peaceful country lanes to long and challenging rambles along striking cliff paths, you could spend hours walking and enjoying the views each island has to offer. There are many ways to enjoy a walk around The Islands during your Guernsey holiday.
Cherished memories are made when grandparents and grandchildren spend time together, so it’s not surprising that there is a new travel trend in skip-generation holidays. As the name suggests, this type of holiday gives parents the chance to wave off their children as they spend quality time with their beloved grandparents, with lots of treats for them along the way no doubt!
We have been dreaming about our favourite things to do and see in this small but mighty place, with the hope that you also feel inspired to join us soon and discover the Islands of Guernsey for yourselves.
As spring begins to shine through, pointing to the arrival of summer, and the number of visitors to the island starts to bloom, the local produce that Guernsey is known and loved for flourishes in our fertile soils. There are plenty of things to do in Guernsey, but a visit to the islands at this time of year wouldn’t be complete without sampling the delicious local food, and luckily there are plenty of ways to do so!
The Channel Islands, of course, are renowned for their abundance of natural beauty, so the more environmentally-conscious holidaymaker may sometimes be worried about whether visiting the area could damage its famously pristine landscape. If you include yourself in this number, however, don’t worry – here, we will show you how your future Guernsey holidays could actually help reduce the island’s carbon footprint.
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!