There is much to see and do in the Bailiwick islands of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm.
Within an hour of arriving by ferry or flight, you could be enjoying the scenery and the great food on offer with a Tasty Walk, taking in a spot of culture with a visit to one of the many fascinating museums on the island, or hopping over to one of our wonderful neighbouring islands.
Once you have settled in, it's time to really explore what the island has to offer. If you enjoy spending time outdoors, try kayaking around the coves on the south coast, coasteering down 300ft high cliffs, or enjoying a round of golf on one of the island’s beautifully-kept courses.
If indoor activities are your thing, you could enjoy a game of ten-pin bowling, get active at Beau Sejour Leisure Centre, or learn more about one of Guernsey's most famous residents, Victor Hugo, with a visit to his historic house.
For something totally unique, Guernsey Aero Club offers trial flying lessons in which you can experience the thrill of flying an aircraft over the stunning Bailiwick, while also learning the basics of operating a light aircraft.
Alternatively, you can take to the water with one of the many boat charter companies. Many offer wildlife-focused voyages, where you will spot seals, puffins and more around the rugged coastlines of the Bailiwick.
It’s safe to say that if you find yourself wondering what to do in Guernsey, it’s because you are spoilt for choice.