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Guernsey – Welcome to the second largest of the Channel Islands. Just twenty-five square miles in area, this pocket-sized British Crown dependency is big on sunshine, serenity and history.

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A #Guernsey #vacation will spoil you with many attractions. Guernsey has a colorful history, visible in every corner of the island. #Visit fascinating museums and historical sites that together tell this island’s story. The island’s museums are a must-visit on any Guernsey #itinerary. After the war, German equipment littered the island. The German Occupation Museum displays an incredible array of this wartime memorabilia and pays tribute to the resourceful islanders who endured the years of occupation.

Let Guernsey’s coastline steal the show and #explore the shoreline and relax in a quiet bay. The stunning northern beaches and rugged southern cliffs give Guernsey a dynamic landscape for nature-lovers to enjoy.

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0:00 - Guernsey
0:58 - St. Peter Port
1:17 - Castle Cornet
1:52 - Maritime Museum
2:10 - Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery
2:30 - Candie Gardens
2:40 - Hauteville House
3:08 - La Valette Bathing Pools
3:22 - Petit Bot Bay
3:46 - Saumarez Park
3:55 - Sausmarez Manor
4:20 - German Underground Hospital
4:53 - La Vallette Underground Military Museum
5:07 - German Naval Signals HQ
5:22 - German Occupation Museum
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THE 15 BEST THINGS TO DO IN GUERNSEY | Travel Video | Travel Guide | SKY Travel

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Guernsey (/ˈɡɜːrnzi/ (About this soundlisten); Guernésiais: Guernési) is an island in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. It lies roughly north of Saint-Malo and to the west of Jersey and the Cotentin Peninsula. With several smaller nearby islands, it forms a jurisdiction within the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency. The jurisdiction is made up of ten parishes on the island of Guernsey, three other inhabited islands (Herm, Jethou and Lihou), and many small islets and rocks.

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Guernsey Travel Guide - Things to do, visiting Guernsey in the Channel Islands

Guernsey may be small but it's big on sunshine, amazing coastlines and history. We'll show you, our best things to do when visiting Guernsey the second largest of the Channel Islands.
Guernsey has beautiful walking trails and hidden coves to explore, we share some of our favourites, along with many of the major attractions in St Peter Port, the capital and around the Island.
We have lots of tips for getting around and enjoying your weekend break or longer. Wherever you base yourself you are no more than 30 minutes from anywhere in Guernsey!

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0:00 Intro
0:30 Getting to Guernsey
1:04 Petite Port - Saints Bay Coastal Walk
3:01 Renoir Landscape Painting Location
4:13 Saints Bay
5:00 Breakfast
5:50 St Peter Port Walk
6:45 Using the bus
7:17 Cornet Castle
8:03 Victoria Tower
8:34 Candie Gardens
9:15 Festivals and Road Racing
9:43 Victorian Shop and Parlour
11:09 Hauteville House
12:00 Driving in Guernsey
13:00 Le Petite Bot Bay
14:13 Coastal Walk
15:23 The Little Chapel
18:11 Pleinmont Headland
19:00 Fairy Ring
19:52 Fort Pezeries
20:26 Saumarez Park
21:08 Folk and Costume Museum
23:14 L'Ancresse Bay
24:36 La Varde


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Guernsey is an island in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. With several smaller nearby islands, it forms a jurisdiction within the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a Crown dependency. Ports and harbours exist at St Peter Port and St Sampson. There is a paved airport: Guernsey Airport but no working railway. Guernsey, with its sandy beaches, cliff walks, seascapes and offshore islands has been a tourist destination since at least the Victorian days.

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Guernsey is one of the Channel Islands in the English Channel near the French coast, and is a self-governing British Crown dependency. It's known for beach resorts like Cobo Bay and the scenery of its coastal cliffs. Castle Cornet, a 13th-century harbor fortification in the capital of St. Peter Port, now contains history and military museums. Hauteville House is the lavish former home of French writer, Victor Hugo.

Guernsey is an island in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy. With several smaller nearby islands, it forms a jurisdiction within the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a Crown dependency. The jurisdiction is made up of ten parishes on the island of Guernsey, three other inhabited islands (Herm, Jethou and Lihou), and many small islets and rocks. The jurisdiction is not part of the United Kingdom, although defence and most foreign relations are handled by the British Government.

The entire jurisdiction lies within the Common Travel Area of the British Isles and is not a member of the European Union, but has a special relationship with it, being treated as part of the European Community with access to the single market for the purposes of free trade in goods. Taken together with the separate jurisdictions of Alderney and Sark it forms the Bailiwick of Guernsey. The two Bailiwicks of Guernsey and Jersey together form the geographical grouping known as the Channel Islands.

For most of the Second World War, the Channel Islands were occupied by German troops. Before the occupation, 80% of Guernsey children had been evacuated to England to live with relatives or strangers during the war. Some children were never reunited with their families. Guernsey, Herm and some other smaller islands together have a total area of 71 square kilometres (27 sq mi) and coastlines of about 46 kilometres (29 mi). Elevation varies from sea level to 110 m (360 ft) at Hautnez on Guernsey. There are many smaller islands, islets, rocks and reefs in Guernsey waters. Combined with a tidal range of 10 metres (33 feet) and fast currents of up to 12 knots, this makes sailing in local waters dangerous.

Ports and harbours exist at St Peter Port and St Sampson. There is a paved airport: Guernsey Airport but no working railway. The States of Guernsey wholly own their own airline, Aurigny. The decision to purchase the airline was made to protect important airlinks to and from the island and the sale was completed on 15 May 2003. It was announced that the States would sell Aurigny to a rival Channel Islands' airline, Blue Islands, in July 2010, but the talks fell through in September 2010 due to uncertainty as to whether arrival/departure slots at Gatwick Airport could be guaranteed.

The Guernsey Railway, virtually an electric tramway, began working on 20 February 1892 and was abandoned on 9 June 1934. It replaced an earlier transport system which was worked by steam, the Guernsey Steam Tramway. The latter began service on 6 June 1879 with six locomotives. Alderney is now the only Channel Island with a working railway.

Guernsey, with its sandy beaches, cliff walks, seascapes and offshore islands has been a tourist destination since at least the Victorian days. Guernsey enters Britain in Bloom with St. Martin Parish winning the small town category twice in 2006 and 2011, Saint Peter Port winning the large coastal category in 2014 and St Peter's winning the small coastal prize in 2015. Herm has won Britain in Bloom categories several times: in 2002, 2008, and 2012, Herm won the Britain in Bloom Gold Award.

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Guernsey, UK

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Guernsey, UK: 1. The Old Government House Hotel & Spa *****
2. La Barbarie Hotel ****
3. Best Western Hotel de Havelet ****
4. Duke Of Richmond Hotel ****
5. La Fregate Hotel ****
6. The Farmhouse Hotel and Restaurant ****
7. Le Friquet Hotel ***
8. Les Rocquettes Hotel ***
9. Cobo Bay Hotel ***
10. Fermain Valley Hotel ****

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1. St Ann's Place, St. Peter Port, GY1 2NU, United Kingdom, Price range: $216 - $379
Elegant and classical, this award-winning 5-star hotel is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the Channel Islands, with a top restaurant, an excellent location and a relaxing spa. The Old Government House Hotel & Spa is just a 5-minute walk to the harbor.
2. Saints Bay, St. Martin Guernsey, GY4 6ES, United Kingdom, Price range: $98 - $187
Located in the quiet, green valley of St Martin, La Barbarie Hotel overlooks Saints Bay. With a swimming pool, restaurant and stylish rooms, there is also free parking and free Wi-Fi.
3. Havelet, St Peter Port, St. Peter Port, GY1 1BA, United Kingdom, Price range: $111 - $217
In St Peter Port on the eastern coast of Guernsey, Hotel de Havelet enjoys sea views and has 2 restaurants, a bar, indoor pool, hot tub and sun terrace. This elegant Channel Islands hotel also provides free Wi-Fi.
4. Cambridge Park, St. Peter Port, GY1 1UY, United Kingdom, Price range: $173 - $245
With views over St Peter Port Marina and Cambridge Park, the Duke of Richmond is located in Guernsey’s capital. It has spacious bedrooms, an outdoor pool and a restaurant.
5. Les Cotils, St Peter Port, Guernsey, St. Peter Port, GY1 1UT, United Kingdom, Price range: $148 - $269
With secluded terraces, every room in this 4-star hotel has a picturesque view of the sea. St Peter Port’s shopping center is just a short walk away.
6. Les Bas Courtils, St. Saviour Guernsey, GY7 9YF, United Kingdom, Price range: $111 - $230
Set in a 15th-century farmhouse, the renovated Farmhouse Hotel and Restaurant offers contemporary 4-star accommodations, superb cuisine and free Wi-Fi. There is also a swimming pool and leafy gardens.
7. Rue Du Friquet, Castel, GY5 7ST, United Kingdom, Price range: $83 - $164
Set in a stone-built Guernsey farmhouse, the award-winning Le Friquet Country Hotel features 6 acres of beautiful gardens and an outdoor swimming pool.
8. Les Gravees, St Peter Port, St. Peter Port, GY1 1RN, United Kingdom, Price range: $122 - $199
Located on the outskirts of St Peter Port, Les Rocquettes is the perfect base for holiday or business stays. Facilities include an indoor pool, gym, hot tub, sauna, attractive gardens and stylish bar and restaurant.
9. Cobo, Cobo Coast Road, Castel, GY5 7HB, United Kingdom, Price range: $91 - $196
With an unrivaled beachfront location along the west coast, this highly-rated 3-star hotel has an award-winning restaurant and a free-to-use health suite. Parking and WiFi are also free for guests.
10. Fermain Lane, St. Peter Port, GY1 1ZZ, United Kingdom , Price range: $137 - $239
Overlooking Fermain Bay, Fermain Valley Hotel has a sun terrace with wonderful views of the English Channel. With stylish rooms and award-winning restaurant, there is also free Wi-Fi.

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Street Food in Guernsey | Tour of Guernsey's Best Restaurants

As lockdown lifts on the island of Guernsey, we head out to taste some of the most delicious food that Guernsey has to offer. Street food, restaurants, cakes and treats, this video has it all!


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This video is a little different from our normal travel vlogs but we try our best to show you the real and raw side of what life on the island is like. Come along on our big foodies day out and see what amazing food Guernsey has to offer!

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A WEEKEND IN GUERNSEY, CHANNEL ISLANDS

Are you planning a weekend in Guernsey? Then this is the video for you!

Recently I visited Guernsey and I had such an amazing time. I knew the Channel Islands were beautiful, but I didn’t realise they were this beautiful.

From the moment we flew over the island, I knew I was in for an amazing weekend away. It felt like we were flying over the Caribbean with sapphire blue waters below us.

In just a few days we packed in so many activities. We went kayaking around the coast, spent the afternoon on Herm Island, explored the harbour around St. Peter Port, and of course visited some of the best beaches.

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Top 6 WEIRDEST SIGHTS in Guernsey | We had NEVER HEARD of No.5!!

Behind the tranquil lanes and friendly faces, there is a mysterious side to the island of Guernsey, hidden from plain sight and buried in the history books. This guide is all about the TOP 6 Weird and Wacky Sights in Guernsey, and the reasons why we LOVE this island so much!


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The small island of Guernsey is famous for the peace and quiet of its country lanes, the soft sand and blue water of its beaches, and the friendly smile and good morning from its locals, however, there are a lot of sights around the island that are shrouded in mystery.

One of the main reasons we love the island of Guernsey is how fascinating it is to explore, with every corner offering a different type of adventure, and each square metre dripping with historical importance.

This video is all about the top 6 weirdest and wackiest places that you MUST visit when you go to Guernsey, from the historical castles that sit around the stunning coastline, to the beautiful towers the islands cliffs, remnants of a darker period of the island's history.

Sights mentioned in this video are -
- The Table du Pion (Fairy Ring)
- La Varde and Le Creux ès Faïes Tombs
- Chateau des Marais (Ivy Castle)
- Little Chapel
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GUERNSEY | Exploring the island and its beautiful beaches!

I visited Guernsey and walked 17km exploring some of the beautiful beaches, visited the Little Chapel, ate ice creams and toured the harbour.

Guernsey was delightful and was one of my favourite days of the cruise. If you are from there or have any suggestions for a follow up visit please do comment below!

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10 MUST DO Activities on your Jersey Holiday (Channel Islands)

There are some amazing things to see and do in the island of Jersey. Whether you're on a romantic break with a loved one, or bringing the kids for a family holiday, there's something for everyone. Here's a round up of some of the MUST-DO things to include when planning your trip.

Our first must-do are the **castles**!

Mont Orgueil is an 800 year old medieval fortress which stands guard over the quaint little fishing village of Gorey. Inside you'll find fascinating artwork & exhibitions, knights and princess dress-up, a medieval-themed play area and don’t miss the stunning view from the very top.

Elizabeth Castle is built on a rocky islet, just south of the capital, St Helier. Surrounded by sea, it's defended Jersey for over 400 years.⁠ You can walk out to the castle on the causeway at low tide but when it's high you can catch the castle ferry, an amphibious vehicle which drives on the sand then floats once it's in the water. Catch the living history characters' midday parade and watch them fire the canon. Explore the German bunkers added during World War 2.⁠ Climb to the highest point & check out the view of St. Aubin's bay. and visit St. Helier's rock top hermitage.⁠

The next thing you have to do is to see the island from the water on a **boat trip**. Whether that's sailing around the coast exploring secret beaches and caves or visiting the other rocks and islets belonging to Jersey. There's also a high likelihood you'll come across dolphins, seals and other local wildlife while you're out there.

**Jersey Zoo** is world famous for its founder; naturalist and author Gerald Durrell, and the conservation work carried out internationally by the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. There are scheduled keeper talks, play areas and you can also book exclusive behind the scenes experiences. You can even stay overnight at the park in either a 5* glamping pod or the more budget-friendly hostel.

Jersey's famously the sunniest place in the British isles, so if you're looking for a little R&R, you'll find plenty of space on our world class **beaches**. There are way too many beautiful bays to mention here but after this, make sure you watch our video on the 10 best beaches in Jersey!

And while you're at the beach make sure you enjoy our crystal clear waters by checking out some of the **watersports** on offer. Why not take a guided kayaking or coasteering tour?

After all that activity, you'll have worked up an appetite. As a small island surrounded by sea Jersey has some of the best **seafood** available, and it reaches your plate as fresh as can be. Check out some of the locally run seafood restaurants where you'll find oysters, sea bass, crab, scallops and more all caught in Jersey waters - delicious!

The **Botanical Gardens at Samares Manor** are a must see in Jersey. Explore the Herb Garden, Japanese garden, duck pond and stables. If you have children with you they'll enjoy the willow labyrinth, jungle path and play area. Then when you've seen all of that recharge with lunch at the cafe.

Jersey is an island with a rich history and the best place to learn about some of that history is the **Jersey War Tunnels.** It's a German Underground Hospital dug deep into a hillside which has been transformed into a museum, to reveal the true story of life in Jersey during its occupation in World War 2.⁠⁠

If you're travelling with children then **Amaizin Adventure Park** is the must-visit attraction for you! With activities like mini golf, go karts and a jumping pillow outside, a huge soft play inside, a barnyard of animals to get to know as well as the corn maze, you can spend all day here and never get bored!

And finally, while you're here make sure you catch the **sunset** in St Ouen. There are plenty of beach cafes with excellent food along the bay so relax and enjoy uninterrupted sea views as the sun disappears below the horizon.

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Jersey – Steeped in history and laced with cliffside walking trails, welcome to the largest of the Channel Islands. Don’t miss the top spots to check out in Jersey.
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#Jersey is compact, making it easy to explore while on #vacation here. Country lanes and walking trails lace the island, ensuring Jersey’s attractions are never far away.

#Explore picture-perfect capital, St. Helier. Each of Jersey’s four coastlines has its own distinctive personality. #Visit La Hougue Bie, one of the world’s oldest buildings, and the port of Gorey, with its iconic medieval castle. The North Coast Path offers some of the island’s most dramatic views. At St. Ouen’s Bay, surfers will find some of the island’s best waves and history buffs can explore the Channel Islands Military Museum.

If you’re looking for history, adventure, incredible food, and total relaxation, Jersey weaves it all together into something truly magical. It’s not quite British and it’s not quite French, but Jersey is 100% unique.

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0:00 - Jersey
1:20 - St Helier
1:58 - Jersey Museum
2:24 - Maritime Museum
2:39 - Occupation Tapestry Gallery
2:53 - King Street & The Central Market
3:16 - Elizabeth Castle
4:04 - La Hougue Bie
4:45 - Geology and Archaeology Museum
5:00 - Gorey
5:12 - Mont Orgueil
5:40 - North Coast Path
6:00 - Bouley Bay & Sorel Point
6:14 - Sheltered Greve de Lecq
6:22 - Plemont Beach
6:42 - Grosnez Castle
6:51 - St. Ouen’s Bay
7:01 - Channel Islands Military Museum
7:36 - St Brelade
7:44 - St Brelade’s Church
8:04 - Noirmont Point
8:10 - Portelet beach & Janvrin’s Tomb
8:21 - St Aubin
8:29 - St. Aubin’s Fort
8:55 - Jersey War Tunnels
9:23 - Hamptonne Country Life Museum
9:36 - Pallot Steam and Motor Museum
9:50 - Jersey Zoo

EATING OUT in Guernsey | TOP FOOD SPOTS (Veggie and Vegan Friendly)

Can't decide where to eat out in Guernsey? No wonder! The selection of delicious restaurants in Guernsey is insane! This is your complete guide to all of the best places to eat in Guernsey, including the best veggie and vegan restaurants.


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Join us as we take you on an island tour of the hugely diverse food scene that you will find in Guernsey, and plan out your trip to the island and where you need to eat! We discuss all the types of restaurants and cafes that you will find in Guernsey, from cosy bars to quirky cafes, and also seafood, Asian cuisine, street food, and of course the best brunch spots.

One of our favourite parts of Guernsey is the incredible eating out culture that the locals have, meaning that no matter what night of the week it is you are guaranteed to find a restaurant that is perfect for you!

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5 Reasons JERSEY Should be Your NEXT Holiday

We’ll be making more videos about what Jersey has to offer soon, so let us know in the comments what you’d like to know more about so we can make sure we include it!

If you live in the UK, holidays have been off for the past year due to the pandemic. On 26th of April 2021 Jersey’s borders opened up again to the UK and Crown Dependencies.

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and the most Southerly British Isle. It has golden, sandy beaches, historic buildings and top-class food so here are 5 reasons why you should travel to Jersey for your first trip away:

Jersey is just a stone’s throw away!

Jersey Airport is served by 5 different airlines, which connect to most of the major UK airports. Flight times are short, ranging from around an hour and a half in the north of England, to as little at 50 minutes from Southampton.



If you want to bring your car with you, you can also sail to Jersey from Portsmouth or Poole with Condor Ferries.


Find out the latest travel advice and what actions you need to take to travel to and from Jersey on the Government of Jersey website here:

Jersey is full of Fascinating History!

Whether it’s evidence of human activity 250,000 years ago or fortifications constructed using the slave labour of prisoners of war under German occupation, Jersey is full of history waiting for you to discover.

If you have kids with you, they’ll love exploring the hidden rooms, passageways and bunkers or listening to living history characters in Jersey’s heritage sites. Demonstrations of muskets and canons firing in the grounds bring to life the 13th and 16th century castles which stood guard against the French across the water.

Jersey Heritage offer a great value deal to explore their sites with The Heritage Pass which gives you unlimited access to 4 must-see visitor sites for the price of 3.


There’s so much to do in Jersey!

If you love the great outdoors, you’ll love the island’s walks, watersports, cycling and nature but if all that activity gets a bit much, you can visit one of the many spas or go shopping in the island’s town, St. Helier.

Jersey is the sunniest place in Britain!

If you’re looking for a sunny summer holiday then you don’t have to travel as far as you’d think! In 2020 Jersey clocked up a scorching 2,392 hours of sunlight which is 185 hours more than its closest rival. And what better place to spend those sunny days than on the beach…

Wherever you stay in Jersey, you’ll never be more than 10 minutes from the sea and on its’ 44 miles of coastline, Jersey has a beach for everyone, and are some of the cleanest in Britain too, soft white sand, golden bays and sheltered coves. All of them washed twice a day by one of the world’s largest tides. So no need to hesitate before jumping in to that crystal clear water.



Jersey has Delicious Food!

Jersey is World famous for the dairy and Royal potatoes produced here. The seafood is as fresh-as-it-gets and there’s an abundance of other Jersey grown and made produce. You can enjoy all of this from your choice of Michelin-starred restaurants, pubs, beach cafes, or food trucks spread throughout the island.

Bonus Tip!

If you aren’t bringing your car over, it’s worth noting that taxis can be quite expensive and there’s no Uber in Jersey. As the island is only 9 miles wide by 5 miles high though, it’s easy to get around using public transport. Another great way to get around is on an electric bike, which you can hire easily through the Evie app and you don’t even have to leave it where you picked it up when you’re done!


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