Always check the causeway opening times carefully before walking to Lihou Island
A quarter of a mile off the west coast of Guernsey, Lihou island is a small heaven of peace and beauty, only accessible by foot for two weeks a month when the causeway is uncovered.
Lihou Island hosts many nesting birds and a rich marine life can be observed on its shores as the tide goes down. Oyster Catchers, Ringed Plovers and Peregrine Falcons are amongst the species you will spot. This is a site of great environmental importance, protected by the international RAMSAR convention. Visitors must keep within the designated areas to avoid disturbing the wildlife.
The island belongs to the States of Guernsey with The Lihou Charitable Trust looking after the house and its grounds. There are no facilities beyond a borehole for water and solar panels for electricity in Lihou house, which is mainly used for school and youth residential trips. However anyone can apply to rent the house, with accommodation up to 30 people.
Briquet Self Catering features a collection of attractively furnished cottages, set in substantial landscaped gardens and grounds in the west of Guernsey.
The Cobo Bay is a fantastic beachfront hotel in a fabulous location, facing the ocean on the west coast of Guernsey. The hotel features an award winning restaurant and stunning views over the sea and beach opposite.
Located on the west coast of Guernsey, offering magnificent sea views and within short walking distance of L’Eree Bay's sandy beach, Beau Vallon Apartments offer much more than just self-catering facilities.
The Peninsula Hotel is a large hotel bordering a beautiful sandy bay and offering a selection of guest rooms as well as meeting and event facilities.
The Little Chapel is as much a curiosity as a work of art and definitely deserves a visit during your stay in Guernsey.
A must-see attraction to understand how the island was shaped historically.
Dehus Dolmen is a prehistoric passage grave approximately 10 metres in length.