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Visiting by Cruise

The beauty of a small port stop on a cruise is that you can really get a taste of what the location has to offer. St Peter Port is a pretty town to approach by sea filled with bars, restaurants and shopping. Venture further afield to explore history and beaches along the Guernsey coastline or even enjoy a little island-hopping to discover the Islands of Herm and Sark.

  • Things to do

    Each of the five Islands of Guernsey have their own history and charm. Take a guided tour by coach, tuk tuk, Petit Train or taxi, explore our rich history wherever you go, you will find a warm welcome.

    Guernsey boasts a rich heritage and culture to discover, from neolithic structures, castles and fortifications from the Occupation to art galleries, museums and guided tours.

    Our dedicated team are on the pier to welcome you ashore to help and advise you how best to spend your time here.

    Guernsey Information Centre

Tours, attractions and activities

  • 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.

  • Shopping

    The High Street has retained much of its charm with small boutiques 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.

  • Island Hopping

    Each of the five Islands of Guernsey have their own history and charm. With easy travel between each island, our archipelago is perfect for island-hopping. Discover Herm Island (20 minutes by ferry) & Sark Island (30-50 minutes by ferry) from St Peter Port. 

    The crystal clear, turquoise waters make the islands a great place to enjoy the outdoors, whether you are exploring the cliffs and beaches or out on the water itself. 

     

  • A Taste of Island Life

    Get a taste of Island life with a crab sandwich, cream tea or a slice of Guernsey Gâche (pronounced gosh) and a generous helping of Guernsey Butter. 

    You'll find many eateries, cafes, hotels, restaurants and bistros, perfect for enjoying an afternoon tea or a freshly caught lobster or fish of the day.

Cafes and Bistros in St Peter Port

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