Guernsey Holidays

Guernsey is spoilt for choice where beaches are concerned. From the sandy, pebbly coves and bays of the east and south coasts, to the lush open west coast and wide expanses of white sand of the north, an enticing beach is never more than four minutes away by car, no matter where you are on the island.

By far the best way to explore is to step out and strike your own route around the island. There are plenty of walking routes to choose from, whether it’s along the meandering cliff paths or along the winding Ruettes Tranquilles, a series of narrow lanes which lead you off-the-beaten-track through the countryside. This network of quiet roads is also perfect for cycling.

Guernsey’s great outdoors also calls adventurous souls who can kayak through crystal clear waters, dip in and out of ancient caves, go paddleboarding or surfing, wild swimming or coasteering.

If culture, history and heritage are more your cup of tea, Guernsey has a castle dating back some 800 years, fascinating musuems, a tiny version of Lourdes, ancient burial mounds, award-winning gardens and a stately manor house to check out.

St Peter Port, the island’s charming capital, is considered one of Europe’s prettiest harbour towns. With its cobbled streets, picturesque marina and vibrant squares brimming with cafes and quaint boutiques, it is easy to see why.

Islanders are passionate about their food and this is reflected in the culinary scene, so be sure to pack your appetite and tuck in. From chic dining in hip restaurants and good value pub grub, an indulgent afternoon tea or fish and chips with your toes in the sand, every dining experience offers fabulously fresh ingredients and a tantalising choice.

It’s also well worth taking the time to explore the sister islands of Alderney, Sark and Herm. Each have a unique charm of their own and just a short hop from Guernsey.

    Why visit Guernsey?
  • Festivals & family-fun
  • Outstanding culinary scene
  • A choice of 27 glorious beaches
  • Bucket loads of history & heritage
  • Diverse outdoor activities for all
  • Perfect for weekends away or longer stays

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Due to the unprecedented impact on the travel sector and ever-changing flight schedules and hotel openings, we currently have limited availability to book online and Refund Credit Notes cannot be redeemed online. However, we have a dedicated team of travel advisors who would be delighted to help with your travel plans on 08444 937 531. We have been working closely with our hotel and transport partners and as well as 2020, we are delighted to be able to offer 2021 earlier than ever before, but please call to book.

Please note the following routes operated by Blue Island to Jersey: Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Exeter, Southampton, Newquay and all Aurigny routes  to Guernsey except Gatwick are not available to book on line, please call us to book.

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Excellent array of hotels and self-catering options across Jersey and Guernsey. Also includes hotels in Alderney, Sark and Herm, plus the Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Isle of Man and Shetland & Orkney Islands.

Where to stay in Guernsey

St Peter Port

St Peter Port


Coastal & Country

Coastal & Country Guernsey


Essential facts about Guernsey
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Travel information

Guernsey is just a short flight from mainland UK and accessible from a wide range of regional airports or you can travel by fast sea cat from the south coast in around 2½ hours.

Best time to go

Guernsey makes for a fantastic short break and mid-September through to late October is arguably the best time to go.

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