At Guernseytravel we don't just know the Channel Islands, we live and breathe them, and we're always happy to share our top tips and hidden secrets with our clients. Here are a few of our favourite Guernsey favourites from the team on the ground (and occasionally, sea!)
There's no place like Herm, and just 20 minutes by boat from Guernsey it's a wonderful place to visit at any time of year. There's nothing like a stroll on the soft white sands of Shell Beach to make you feel like you've washed up on a desert island.
A visit to Guernsey is not complete without stopping by the Little Chapel in St. Andrews. You will be amazed by the tiny chapel built by hand and covered in mosaic style broken glass, sea shells, pebbles and broken china, some even donated by the famous English fine china and porcelain makers at Wedgewood!
I love getting the chance to explore Guernsey's smaller Islands and Sark is a particular favourite of mine. The olde-world charm makes you consider a simpler time, it's a wonderfully relaxing place to be, and luckily the office is just a phone-call away!
No matter which island she's on, Eva will always find the most spectacular cliff path for a stroll in the fresh sea air. In Guernsey she enjoys the Renoir Walk around Moulin Huet Bay on the south coast, where landscapes painted by the impressionist can be enjoyed in their natural glory, hardly changed since the 1800s.