Island Hopping

Alderney

Jump on an 18 seater plane and enjoy a 15 minute flight from Guernsey to the second largest of our islands, Alderney. For those who prefer to travel by sea, you can also take the daily ferry in peak season. Whether you want to wander around the cobbled streets of St Anne’s, hire a bike or explore the island by boat, with its many historical sites, rich wildlife and the channel’s only railway, there is so much to discover in Alderney.

  • Step into History

    From the Iron Age to WWII, the island’s expansive history can be discovered at the award-winning Alderney Museum, and across the island’s landscape. From Elizabethan shipwrecks to Victorian batteries and Roman forts, there is plenty to discover.

    Alderney Museum
  • Food and Drink in Alderney

    Alderney is home to restaurants using home-grown produce, rich dairy products and seafood straight from the island’s waters. Whether you are seeking food with French influences, excellent Thai or a gastropub the capital, St Anne, has a variety of options. Along the beaches, you can also find kiosks and cafes to enjoy throughout the day.

    Restaurants in Alderney
  • Alderney Wildlife Watching

    Alderney is one of the best places in the Channel Islands for wildlife lovers. Its diverse habitats range from coastal grassland to subtidal kelp forests, attracting seabirds, dolphins, bats and the rare blonde hedgehog. Visit in the spring and summer to see the puffin and gannet colonies flourishing.

  • Discover Alderney’s Beaches

    The golden beaches of Alderney are ideal for a day of relaxing, sea swimming or watersports. From the popular Braye Beach in town or camping at the sand dunes of Saye, to paddleboarding at Longis and rockpooling at Clonque, there is so much to explore.

    Alderney Beaches
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