Alderney

3rd Largest Channel Island

15 Minute Flight Away

Over 300
species of bird

Golden beaches, historical intrigue and unique island charm await you on Alderney. A bird watchers paradise, the island is renowned for its rich wildlife and boasts over 50 miles of scenic walking trails. It is also home to the only working railway in the Channel Islands.

The Alderney Island Experience

Getting to Alderney

The easiest way to get to the most northerly Channel Island is a 15 minute flight from Guernsey. Alternatively, you can catch the ferry every other day during peak season.

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Staying in Alderney

Small in size, Alderney still have plenty of holiday accommodation to choose from. From a converted fortress to beach camping, luxury independent hotels to friendly guest houses - There is something to suit everyone.

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Things to Do in Alderney

Events in Alderney

Multiple Dates

Bat & Hedgehog Walk

Encounter Alderney’s nocturnal wildlife with the Alderney Wildlife Trust

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5 May

Alderney’s Milk-a-punch Sunday

A tradition celebrating the transhumance and the new season.

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Multiple Dates

Wildlife and Historic Boat trip

Join the Alderney Wildlife Trust's expert guide on Sula of Braye to explore some of the most important seabird colonies in Britain and discover from the sea the fortifications erected to protect the island.

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Alderney. So close, so different

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