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.
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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.
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!
It may be small, but Guernsey is a foodie’s paradise with delicious local food, gourmet dining and food festivals. In fact, the Channel Islands have become so popular in all thing’s food and drink, The Good Food Guide has named them as the number one place to visit for foodies in the British Isles.
Dogs are an important part of the family and taking them on holiday is getting easier than ever, so you don’t have to leave them at home again. From the variety of dog-friendly cottages in Guernsey to several dog-friendly beaches, Guernsey is one of the best destinations to take your dog on holiday.
When your holiday is booked, the next step is planning on how you will spend your summer in Guernsey – here’s our guide to inspire you!
The Guernsey Tennerfest offers you the perfect reason to plan a Guernsey holiday in October and November. If you already have a holiday booked or are planning on a last-minute trip, then read our guide about the best places you can eat at in Guernsey.
Beautiful, edible and elusive ormers have always been high on the menu list in Guernsey’s homes. This sought after mollusk – known as abalone in the rest of the world – is to be found on the island’s shores and can be harvested by hand.
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.
The restaurant at La Barbarie Hotel is one of Guernsey’s foodie highlights; a relaxed an casual affair that is as much about the social enjoyment of eating as it is about the culinary highlights on the table.