St Peter Port

Your First Port of Call

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.

Things to Do in St Peter Port

Learn more about our history, explore museums, or just enjoy strolling through our capital - there are lots of things to do in St Peter Port

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Culture Vultures

Delve into Guernsey’s culture scene in St. Peter Port. Explore Hauteville House, home to French writer Victor Hugo or immerse yourself in Guernsey’s art gallery which is set amidst the beautiful Candie Gardens.

Things to Do

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6 Jun 2020

Saffery rotary Walk

Go the extra mile with this coastal challenge...

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A Bunker, a Pub and a Hospital

A beautiful walk through the heart of rural St Andrews, taking in some family landmarks from during and after the Occupation and hearing anecdotes and accounts along the way, finishing with a guided tour of the extraordinary German Underground Hospital.

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1 Apr 2020 - 30 Sep 2020

Towers & Bunkers

A one-hour cruise to see and learn about the German occupation of the island and to see its formidable sea-facing defences from the best viewpoint.

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Castle Cornet

Standing guard, Castle Cornet provides a spectacular backdrop to the town and is the perfect spot to admire the marina boats bob to the ebb of the royal blue sea. Once cut off by the tide, the 800 year old castle consists of five museums and four period gardens.

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Accommodation

Staying in the heart of Guernsey is a great for both convenience and for choice. St. Peter Port hotels’ range from luxury to budget and are never far away from the throng of the capital.

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St Peter Port is considered one of Europe's prettiest harbour towns

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