Whether you are interested in Guernsey’s history and heritage, arts and crafts or the beautiful gardens there is an entertaining selection of attractions for the whole family to keep you busy during your stay.
Candie Gardens sit at the top of St. Peter Port offering panoramic views of other islands in the Bailliwick: Jethou, Sark and Herm.
Castle Cornet is Guernsey’s ancient harbour fortress, which was isolated upon a rocky islet until the construction of a breakwater and bridge in the 19th century.
The jewellery here is for purchase but should also be considered as pieces of art and admired as such.
Dehus Dolmen is a prehistoric passage grave approximately 10 metres in length.
Affectionately nicknamed the “Cup and Saucer”, Fort Grey is a Martello Tower located at Rocquaine, on Guernsey’s rocky West coast.
This tower, along with other batteries that surrounded the Island were constructed to form part of Hitler's 'Atlantic Wall'.
The German Military Underground Hospital in Guernsey is the largest remaining structure from the German Occupation of the Channel Islands.
The German Occupation Museum in Guernsey is home to what is undoubtedly the finest collection of Second World War relics in the Channel Islands.
Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery is located in Candie Gardens, a late 19th century pleasure garden in St Peter Port.
Hauteville House, located at 38 Rue Hauteville in St Peter Port, once belonged to Victor Hugo during his exile from France (1851-1870).
The High Street has retained much of its charm with small boutiques and gift shops jostling for space alongside larger branded stores.
The mild island climate combined with the protection of the granite walls have provided a great environment for plants and shrubs not usually found in the UK.
Set in air-conditioned underground tunnels, the award-winning La Vallette German Underground Museum covers all aspects of Guernsey’s history.
A quarter of a mile off the west coast of Guernsey, Lihou island is a small haven of peace and beauty.
Market Square was built in the 1770s in the then rectory garden of the Town Church.
Oatlands Village is one of Guernsey's leading visitor attractions bringing together many local crafts, gift shops, eateries and attractions for all the family.
Sausmarez Manor is frequently described as one of the most interesting, beautiful and varied places in Guernsey, and it’s easy to see why.
A must-see attraction to understand how the island was shaped historically.
The Little Chapel is as much a curiosity as a work of art and definitely deserves a visit during your stay in Guernsey.