Alderney is the most northerly of the Channel Islands and closest to France. Small, friendly and relaxed, the island has its own unique identity and is a paradise for nature lovers with a combination of beautiful landscapes and abundant wildlife. The cobbled high street of St Anne has quirky gift and antique shops as well as a post office, bank, hotels and restaurants. The island is easily accessible from Guernsey by air throughout the year and, from March to September, by scheduled boat service. A round the year boat charter service is also available. All this means you can enjoy a Tasty Walk as either a day tripper or as a part of a longer holiday. This Tasty Walk takes in some of the island's fascinating architecture, migrant birds and spectacular coastal views. It allows you to discover and absorb an island steeped in ancient and varied history, a huge variety of flora and fauna, beautiful beaches and an enviable lifestyle.

The VisitGuernsey App

Provides walking routes throughout the Islands of Guernsey
  • Interactive map
  • Track steps
  • Points of interest
  • Photo capture
  • Refreshment stops
  • Activities and attractions
Walking App Screenshot