These bite-sized islands offer up lots of fun for families of all ages, particularly those that love to get back to nature. With sweeping beaches ideal for simple pleasures like building sandcastles, collecting shells and splashing around, or watersports aplenty for those in search of more adventure, you’ll have no trouble making memories to last a lifetime.
The gorgeous beaches on these islands are sure to appeal and with the absence of crowds, even during the height of summer, you won’t be jostling for a spot on the sands. For more details see our beaches page.
These islands aren’t brimming with attractions, as it’s the islands themselves that are the star turn. These are places to appreciate the simple things in life and the company of those you’re holidaying with. It’s where you can try out new watersports, enjoy leisurely strolls before stopping at a tearoom or heading out to sea to spot wildlife. However, for those visiting Alderney, younger members of the family are sure to love a ride on the Alderney Railway, while on Sark perhaps a horse-drawn carriage ride would appeal.
Activities for all the family
From cycling the delightful country lanes or coastal paths to trying out watersports there’s plenty to keep restless family members happy. For more details see our activities page. .