Experiences

St Peter Port

Situated on the east coast of Guernsey with views out to neighbouring islands, Herm and Sark, St Peter Port is a charming town with cobbled streets blending history with excellent restaurants and local shops. Known colloquially as ‘Town’, St Peter Port is the island-hopping centre of the Bailiwick and home to many eateries and hotels, as well as museums, libraries and the tourist information centre; perfect for getting a taste of island life.

  • Restaurants and Bars

    Along the cobblestone streets and waterfront of St Peter Port, you will find restaurants and cafes to suit every taste. Whether you are looking for steak, sushi, tapas or traditional seafood and French cuisine, you can find it all and more in Town.

    Restaurants in St Peter Port
  • Castle Cornet

    Standing guard in the harbour you will find 800 year old Castle Cornet. Offering an insight into island history with four museums and several historic gardens, as well as panoramic views, it is well worth the short walk out of the town centre.

    Explore Castle Cornet
  • Hauteville House

    Built in the heights of St Peter Port overlooking the Channel, Hauteville House was the home of Victor Hugo during his time in exile from France. Now a museum, the house was where Hugo wrote his most famous works, including Les Misérables, Toilers of the Sea and many more.

    Explore Hauteville House
  • Shopping

    The High Street has retained much of its charm with small boutiques, jewellery stores and gift shops jostling for space alongside larger branded stores. Shopping in Guernsey offers plenty of choice if you want to treat yourself, try on a Guernsey Jumper or take home some traditional local Gache (fruit loaf), with the many family-run businesses, no two shops are the same.

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