Lihou Island

Lihou is a small island situated just off the west coast of Guernsey and accessible by a causeway at low tide for about two weeks every month. Lihou has had a fascinating and varied history as well as having interesting wildlife, both above and below the high water mark. The island has the remains of a 12th century priory and is part of a designated Ramsar site taking in other nature reserves, shingles banks and reed beds. The natural beauty of the island makes it a great destination for walkers and families alike.

When trying to access the island please be aware of change of tides on the causeway, as you may get cut off by the water.

Opening: Please contact the Guernsey Information Centre for causeway opening times/tide times.

Perry's guide reference: Page 32 B2

Accessible using the following bus routes: 91, 111

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