At times being in Guernsey is like falling into a giant flowerbox - everything's in bloom. With a subtropical feel, the highly picturesque capital, St Peter Port, has narrow cobblestone streets winding up and down st...
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Spread your wings and explore the animal kingdom.
...g tranquil bays and villages. The fertile inland areas, criss-crossed with hedgerows, produce an abundance of cattle, dairy products and apples. The British crown dependencies of Jersey and Guernsey lie 22km and 48km offshore, respectively.
...w over the Channel Islands as it was the only part of the British Isles to be occupied by German forces. In 2008, Annie Barrows and the late Mary Ann Shaffer wrote a best-selling novel, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, based on wartime experiences of the inhabitants of the second largest of the islands. Local tour operator Channel Islands Direct is offering a tour of...
Just 6 minutes’ drive from Guernsey Airport, the Briquet Cottages in Guernsey are less than 2 miles from Portelet Beach on the island’s west coast. Sleeping up to 4 guests, each cottage has free parking and WiFi.Furnished in...
At the Guernsey Tea Factory take a short guided tour of the fragrant processing plant.
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