Tiny in size but big on charm, St Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey.
Known colloquially by Islanders as ‘town’ and home to around 18,000, St Peter Port is a colourful display of flowers and bunting. There’s a distinct Mediterranean feel and an abundance of charm, with steep cobbled streets snaking their way up the hillside, all set against the spectacular backdrop of the 800 year-old Castle Cornet.
Defence of the North
This walk will highlight the strategic importance of the Clos Du Valle
Monks, Pirates and Militia in the Fief de Blanchelande
Short cliff walk mainly downhill from Les Douvres Hotel to Saints Bay and La Barbarie Hotel for Cream Tea. Topics covered: the Fief de Blanchelande, the story of Edward Mauger kidnapped by Barbary Pirates, Loophole Tower 14 and the shipwreck of the ‘President Garcia’.