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Guernsey will be lit up this December with festive street markets of St Peter Port's historic Square and traditional Carol services, Christmas shopping in Herm and Christmas pantos.Read More →
Visiting Guernsey is like visiting a world-class museum. Except that here, you are free to touch the exhibits, to explore them - even to climb on them. Because they are everywhere.Read More →
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Explore the island's historic Castles and ancient landmarks, dolmens and Forts, walk the beautiful cliff paths, dotted with tiny bays and fishing harbours, or discover the hidden secrets of the capital St Peter Port. If you don't know where to start, let us show you the way.Read More →
Literary lovers can walk in the footsteps of one of the most celebrated authors of the 19th Century.Read More →
Keep up to date with what's happening in the island.Posted on Monday 21 October 2013
The line up for the 2014 Guernsey Literary Festival has been announced.Read More →
It's all about autumn in Guernsey - the fresh air, crisp leaves, ambles on the cliffs and good hearty food that warms you up. We love this time of year and asked Reg Smith, sales director of Condor Breaks, why he thinks Guernsey makes an ideal location for an autumn break.Read More →
Get away from it all this autumn and indulge in a holistic yoga break. Guernsey's sister island of Herm provides the ideal setting if you long to get away from it all.Read More →
The waters around Guernsey are a haven for sea life. Dolphins and seals are a regular sight if you venture a little further off the coast and it is a real treat to see such beautiful creatures in their natural habitat.Read More →
Explore Guernsey and discover the best the island offers. Perfect for UK weekend breaks, Guernsey combines rich history with stunning scenery and walks.
Guernsey may geographically be closer to France but it remains loyal to the British crown, and has done since Norman times.Read More →
With its cobbled streets and picturesque seafront marina, it is easy to see why St Peter Port is considered one of Europe's prettiest harbour towns. Guernsey's capital has been a busy port since Roman times.Read More →
Guernsey people are passionate about their food. Rich in natural ingredients from both the sea and land, Guernsey has a unique flavour.Read More →
Walking is one of the best ways to explore the island's stunning coastline and countryside.Read More →
With spectacular coastline and countryside, the islands offer a huge selection of things to do in Guernsey including walking routes either with an Accredited Guide or under your own steam.Read More →
From farmer's markets to summer shows, food festivals and town carnivals, Guernsey is ready to entertain you.Read More →
The Islands' unique geographical position sets the scene for a fascinating heritage. With evidence dating from Neolithic times, the island has been pivotal in battles between the UK and France as well as being an important port for international imports into the UK.Read More →
From the long stretches of white sandy beaches to the rugged cliffs, Guernsey's ever-changing environment is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors.Read More →
Guernsey is the perfect launch pad to explore neighbouring Bailiwick islands and beyond. Whether you are looking for a stroll along a deserted beach or a quiet nook to cosy up and read your book in, an action filled day, a bit of shopping or a chance to explore a castle, Bailiwick island hopping holidays are what you are looking for.Read More →
From exploring Castles and Forts, hidden gardens and art galleries and museums or discovering the island's historic sites and natural beauty, there are a huge range of places to visit in Guernsey.Read More →
Browse our e-brochure and rediscover what life's about
Our 52 page e-brochure is packed with colourful imagery and lots of great information to help you make the most of what Guernsey has to offer.
Discover Guernsey's sister islands that make up the Bailiwick: Alderney, Sark and Herm, each Island has a very unique and special character, offering a variety of different environments to enjoy and in which to relax.
Our e-brochure provides listings of activities and attractions available across the islands, plus details of events and useful snippets of information, giving you the full picture of what Guernsey and our sister islands are all about.
To view the brochure online or to download a printable version, click on the link below.View the online brochure →
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