Perhaps the most exciting aspect of a cruise is the opportunity to explore a number of new places. Finding your bearings immediately can be difficult, and so we've put together information and guidance to help you make the most of your brief stay on the island.
Both the Guernsey Information Centre and St Peter Port High Street are a short stroll from the cruise drop-off point.
Upon arrival, you will find yourself on the Albert Pier, that is centrally located along the St Peter Port habour seafront. To reach the town of St Peter Port, walk down the pier towards the Town Church which is directly ahead of you. There is a pedestrian crossing for the harbour front road. Over the crossing you take the path that takes you between the Town Church and the Albion House pub which bring you in to Church Square as the end of the High Street and the retail centre of St Peter Port.
To reach the Guernsey Information Centre from the Albert Pier, you simply turn right at the end of the pier, and walk along the sea front to the Crown Pier, which is the next pier along from the Albert Pier. At this point there is a pedestrian crossing for the harbour road. Once you have crossed the road, the Guernsey Information Centre is on your right in the historic States Offices building, and if you are looking for things to do or have any questions
Cycling in Guernsey gives visitors and locals a unique perspective of this beautiful island. Tours with Donkey’s Days Out can reach parts of the island that a coach or car tour couldn’t, and they can cover an area that a walking tour would take too long to do.
Outdoor Guernsey have been providing adventure activities on the Islands since 2006. Their qualified guides specialise in providing explorations of the spectacular coastline.
Petit Port is certainly not a beach for the lazy - the only land access is down over 270 steep steps
For more than 150 years, the residents of Guernsey have been able to enjoy La Valette bathing pools on Guernsey’s east coast.