Eco-Travel

Eco-Travel

These islands recognise the importance and fragility of the environment and strive towards becoming more sustainable.

Self-propelled power: With Sark and Herm being car-free, the islands are made for exploring on foot.  Cycling is another sustainable way to discover Alderney and Sark at your own pace!

Eat and drink local produce: Local restaurants love to take advantage of the amazing selection of produce available on each island, with seafood particularly popular. For those keen to try a homegrown tipple or two, head to Stocks in Sark for homemade wine and local liqueurs.

Do it yourself: Another way to embrace local sustainable produce is via Hedge Veg, which you’ll find on Alderney. If you wander the country lanes, it won’t be long before you happen upon a hedge veg stall, where Islanders sell their homegrown goods for a pennies using an honesty box system.

Recycle and prevent waste: In Alderney, you’ll find a community of dynamic recyclers and many hotels are now focusing on sustainability and recycling across their properties.

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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.