Flights & Ferries

Great things happen right at the start of your adventure...

Whether you choose to fly to the island or travel to Guernsey by ferry, regular flights and sea crossings mean you could be exploring the Bailiwick within hours of setting off from home.

With flights from a number of UK airports and sailings from a choice of south coast ports, the Channel Islands are the perfect short haul break. As well as discovering what Guernsey has to offer, the island is the gateway to its neighbouring Bailiwick islands of Alderney, Sark and Herm, as well as Jersey and the Normandy and Brittany coastlines of France.

On a clear day, flying to Guernsey can offer spectacular views across the Bailiwick. From Alderney's Victorian breakwater, the sandy shores of Herm's Shell Beach to La Coupée which joins Sark to Little Sark, you can get a flavour of what the islands have in store on the ground, from the air. If you choose to sail you will be greated by the 800-year old Castle Cornet which stands guard over St Peter Port, one of the prettiest harbour towns in Europe.

Travel Options

Guernsey is served by three airlines, with flights from the UK taking as little as 30 minutes.  There are also direct flights from Dinard in Brittany and the option to fly via Jersey from other European destinations.

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There is one ferry company operating to Guernsey from the UK and the French port of St Malo.  During the summer months there is a passenger-only service from Normandy.

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Make the most of your visit to Guernsey

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A group of small islands with big history.

2015 Channel Islands Heritage Festival

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View our special romantic getaway offers here.

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