Guernsey Encounters

Encounter somewhere new

Situated just off the Normandy coastline of France, in the English Channel, the Bailiwick of Guernsey is perfectly positioned to offer a holiday that is close to home, but feels like a world away.

With five unique Islands, all with different characters, Guernsey and the sister islands could offer the great encounter you're looking for this year, whether it's meeting our friendly locals, exploring our history and heritage, island hopping, trying something new or simply reinvigorating in these most glorious isles.  

With regular flights and sailings, the Islands are ready and waiting to be explored.  So what are you waiting for? 

Meet The Locals

A ‘Guern’ friend is a friend for life and courtesy on the roads is the norm

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Island Hopping

It's not just the Greek islands that can offer an island hopping vacation; the Bailiwick is a stunning archipelago much closer to home, that can easily be explored in a single trip or package tour.

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Package Deals

Guernsey Heritage Festival

The Heritage Festival will return to the Bailiwick of Guernsey with the theme of Guernsey Encounters - Throughout the Ages, looking at a broad range of island history from evolution to revolution

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Spring Walking Festival

Enjoy the longer days, the Spring sunshine and our rural and coastal paths, all blanketed in colourful Spring foliage.

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Whats On

26 Sep 11:00 - 15:00

Herm on the wild side

Explore the wilder side of Herm's environment by observing the Island's flora and fauna

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13 Sep 13:00 - 19:00

Channel Islands Pride - 13th September Events

Post-Party BBQ at the Peninsula

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19 Sep 08:00 - 18:45

The WW2 German Occupation of Sark

This walk takes in many interesting sites on Sark that was occupied by the Germans from 1940 until 1945

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Outdoor Holidays

Embrace the elements with an active break that gets your adrenaline pumping

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Victor Hugo

Did you know that French author Victor Hugo lived in Guernsey, where he wrote some of his most famous works including Les Misérables?

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