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Autumn

Clear your head with a crisp salty breeze and discover the island in a riot of auburn foliage.

Summer lasts longer in the Bailiwick making Autumn a great time to visit. Stretch your legs and relish in the lingering sun; admire the changing leaves and enjoy the scent of pine before finding a cozy pub to settle with a local ale and some seasonal comforts.

Food Glorious Food

Autumn’s harvest ensures hearty local dishes on the menu and visitors can sample this during the annual six-week long Tennerfest. Keep a look out for the Festival Finale Weekend of the Eat Drink & Be Local - foodies won’t want to miss these two exciting events!

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Autumn Walking Festival

Throw on a pair of boots and feel the crunch of fallen leaves underfoot by joining us for our Autumn Walking Festival. Every September, the festival hosts a variety of organised walks, all led by the Bailiwick’s gold or silver accredited guides.

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Things to Do

Calling all foodies! Tennerfest kicks off in autumn with over 200 local restaurants, pubs and cafes showing off their best cuisine for only £10 a head. Or if you're more brave hearted, spook yourself out this Halloween with a ghost tour around one of the most haunted houses in Britain!

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Island Hopping

Island Hopping in the Autumn is the perfect opportunity to see the Islands from a quieter perspective.

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What's on

2 Apr - 30 May

Guernsey’s Occupation Trail

Follow Guernsey's Occupation Trail, visiting thirteen significant sites that were referenced in the best-selling novel and film adaptation "The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society".

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20 Jun 09:00 - 18:00

Guernsey Seaweed Festival 2021

Learn everything about the fascinating history of seaweed in Guernsey and it's many uses while enjoying a family day out

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Multiple Dates

The Shrine of the Sacred Heart

A Second World War German Searchlight bunker on Fort Hommet headland at Vazon transformed from a place of war into a place of peace and beauty made entirely using local seashells

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