ACTIVITIES & THINGS TO DO

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Guernsey Museums has over 70 historic sites in its care. These range from Neolithic tombs built over 6000 years ago through to German Fortifications constructed during the Second World War.

 

They also include large and very popular sites such as Castle Cornet to much smaller, but equally exciting, hidden gems. Each site has its own fascinating story to tell.

Follow the link below and to discover the rich heritage and Island history, plan your visit now

Girl on SUP at sunset

Guernsey offers a variety of excellent walks, with wonderful varied scenery and views. From the granite of the impressive south and east coast cliffs, to that of the rocky west coast, the sandy north, and the more industrialised north-east with views across to the other islands, there is plenty of variety of fine scenery.

 

Inland there is also excellent walking, such as the walk around our St Saviours reserve and inland tranquil lanes to discover.

Going To Surf

If you want to get close to nature or are looking for adventure you will find plenty of opportunities on the stunningly beautiful Island of Guernsey.

Outdoor Guernsey has plenty to offer for the adventurous kids and adult visitors.

Cycle tours, Coasteering, Climbing and Absailing,Kayaking,SUP,Archery,Nerf Battles and more.

Plan your adventure stay now.

If you’re thinking of learning to surf, Guernsey is the perfect location!
Our instructors are qualified Beach Lifeguards with decades of combined surf experience between us, it’s this in depth knowledge that allow us to get you up and riding fast using fun industry leading techniques.

 

The Guernsey Surf School, at Vazon Bay is focused on quality, safety and fun!

Check out our website, and come and visit us here at the beach this summer…we’re looking forward to meeting you!

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Beau Sejour Leisure Centre is Guernsey’s only community leisure centre with plenty of facilities to cater to all of your needs.

There is a top of the range fitness centre, 25m pool, 10m kids pool and sports courts, including tennis and squash.

There is an indoor soft-play area for young children, as well as outdoor playgrounds for older children to enjoy and the largest cinema screen in Guernsey.

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Plan ahead and make a local event the highlight of your holiday! 

 

There are plenty of events in Guernsey to choose from - Weekly farmers’ markets to the annual heritage festival, beachside gigs to concerts in castles, foodie festivals to historical tours; the Bailiwick has something for everyone!

Why not visit for our annual Liberation Day or Guernsey Food Festival to take in the island history or sample the local food.

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Herm Island has no cars, no crowds and definitely no stress. It is the perfect place to spend a relaxing day trip. Ideal for families and anyone wanting to get away from it all.

 

Enjoy beautiful, unspoilt beaches, sample island life, explore the natural coastline and take in spectacular views of neighbouring islands and the French coast.

Herm is a short 20 minute ferry trip from St Peter Port

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Sark is the crown jewel of the Channel Islands, nestled in between Guernsey and Jersey. Car-free with spectacular scenery, bays, coastal paths and cliff top views. 

 

Sark offers a truly unique holiday experience for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of modern-day life.

Take a ride in a horse and carriage, hire pushbikes, discover the island on foot or relax at Stock Hotel.

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If your hungry during your stay or fancy a BBQ on the beach then you should pay a visit to the award winning Perelle Butchers just across from the cottages.

 

"Our customers rave about our famous sausages and our award winning products. If you’re curious as to why, stop by our store to experience it for yourself. We guarantee that once you do, you’ll soon understand what the fuss is all about."

 

 

Healthy Salad

Guernsey is renowned for its local produce that’s sourced straight from the ocean (or farmer’s soil) and served straight to your plate. Devotion to quality cuisine is equally reflected in the Bailiwick’s culinary scene so be sure to pack your appetite and indulge! 

 

Find a restaurant in Guernsey - From chic dining in hip restaurants to laid back lunches in beach huts, afternoon tea in lush gardens to cocktails on rooftops - every dining experience offers fabulously fresh ingredients & tantalising choice