A tour around Guernsey has lots to offer you can explore Castles and Forts, hidden gardens and art galleries and museums or discover the island’s historic sites and natural beauty, there are a huge range of places to visit in Guernsey we will take you to the best ones.
Les Amarreurs on Guernsey’s North West coast
With its cobbled streets and picturesque seafront marina, it is easy to see why St Peter Port is considered one of Europe’s prettiest harbor towns. Guernsey’s capital has been a busy port since Roman times.
Fort Grey with slipway in forefront
Guernsey people are passionate about their food which is full of natures best ingredients from both the sea and land, Guernsey has a unique food heritage full of fresh seafood.
Seafood Barbecue in Guernsey
With its spectacular coastline and countryside, the island offers a huge selection of things to do. The Islands’ unique geographical position sets the scene for a fascinating history. With evidence of habitation dating from Neolithic times, the island has been pivotal in battles between the UK and France.From the long stretches of white sandy beaches to the rugged cliffs, Guernsey’s ever-changing environment is a haven for lovers of fresh air.
Special interest- history of German occupation during the Second World War II: This tour will tell you the story of the 5 years of German occupation of Guernsey during World War II. Duration: aprox 3 hours.
St. Peter Port walking tour Guernsey (tour 4)
Walking tour, Duration 4 hours, including visit to Castle Cornet: Tour start and finish at St. Peter’s port.