A mix of views and history, duration approx 3-3.5 hours
This tour is a great introduction to Guernsey and combines stunning scenery, Island culture and history dating back to the Neolithic times.
Stop at Pleinmont Point, where Renoir painted some of his most famous paintings.
This journey will take you through the country lanes to the beautiful Little Chapel, a unique miniature church set in the quiet Guernsey countryside. Just 19 by 15 feet in size and decorated with seashells, pebbles and colorful pieces of china, its tiny alcoves barely hold 3 people at any one time. The Little Chapel was built by hand over many years by Brother Deodat of the Christian Brothers.
Continue on to the Gold and Silversmiths Workshops. The workshops are situated in a converted barn, which dates back to 1582 surrounded by beautiful gardens. Take in a close-up view of the traditional craft being carried out before your eyes. After you can have a time for traditional cup of tea or browse around the gift shop.
Next travel through the magical bays and sandy beaches where you will breath the sea air and learn about the German fortifications from the Second World war.
Dolmen in Guernsey
We will stop and explore a “Dolmen” the upright stone remains from the Neolithic people who inhabited Guernsey.
The Tour ends at St. Peter’s port where you will be able to get refreshments and be able to shop.
Cruise Ship waiting offshore
• The driver will be also a the guide on this tour (all drivers have passed special training for guiding sightseeing tours in Guernsey, if you would like to have also a professional guide from Guide association: an additional supplement of £140 per half day tour – up to 4 hours will be required).
• This excursion will operate by coach and on foot, there will be some steps. The walk to the Little Chapel is paved and flat, with steps to enter. The order of highlights may vary.
Private tour with driver – guide in English ( 1-4 people) from £ 275 per car