From foot-tapping music and mouthwatering cuisine to sporting challenges and historic extravaganzas, there’s so much going on in Guernsey. Details of some of the top events can be found below, but for up-to-date information regarding What’s On, click the link at the bottom of this page.
Liberation Day: The Channel Islands were the only part of the British Isles to be occupied by German forces in WW2. The five year occupation came to an end on 9th May 1945 and Liberation Day is a public holiday and still celebrated annually.
Rocquaine Regatta: A fun filled day at the end of July, held in and around Rocquaine Bay on the west coast of Guernsey. Unusual boat races take place throughout the day with fishing boats, small sailing and motor boats participating in casual yet highly competitive races.
North Show & Battle of Flowers: One of Guernsey’s main outdoor summer events, it takes place each August in the wonderful rural setting of Sausmarez Manor. The programme of events includes showcasing local and off-island talent, fun fair and numerous stalls selling refreshments and other items, along with the parade of colourful floats and firework display.
Guernsey Air Display: In September, Guernsey’s skies welcome the Guernsey Air Display, an absolute treat and thrill for anyone with a love of planes and history.
Tennerfest: While island food and drink is celebrated as much as possible, visitors to Jersey can look forward to six weeks of great meals at fixed prices during the annual Tennerfest (October-early November). With special menus starting at just £10, many restaurants offer a wide and exciting selection of food during the festival.
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