Lihou Island Walk

A ramble around the Lihou headland and across the seabed on a tidal causeway to the most westerly isle of the Channel Islands.

See specialised habitats, Neolithic remains, an ancient priory, wild unspoilt landscapes and a unique marine habitat.

Wear suitable shoes as the causeway is wet, slippery and uneven.

Optional tea and Guernsey Gåche at £2. Please order at time of booking.

Meet at the car park below Fort Saumarez on the coast road.

Time: 10:30am - 1:30pm

Length of walk: 2 miles

£8

Ability: Ramble

Gold Accredited Guide Gill Girard