Things to see and do in Guernsey
There are many things for you to see and do in Guernsey. If you are looking for a relaxing spa break Guernsey has just what you need. For the lovers of the great outdoors Guernsey has plenty for you. Labelled as a 'walkers paradise', Guernsey is perfect for those who love to explore. You can take yourself on a self-guided tour or join one of the many guided ones there are on offer. Guernsey offers a wide assortment of culinary delights inspired by the sea and shore that tourists have come to know and love. Heritage is also a big part of island life and Guernsey has a story to tell around every corner. All manner of sporting activities are available in Guernsey, with water sports taking centre stage. However, if you would rather stay on dry land there are a number of activities available for you too. Full of natural beauty, Guernsey provides a relaxing environment for a peaceful getaway.
Tours & Day Trips
Consider our Guernsey Discovery tour which includes travel, accommodation and day tours. Alternatively, why limit yourself to holidaying on just one beautiful island, when you can explore the surrounding islands on an island hopping holiday instead! Island hopping breaks are becoming increasingly popular and we've put together some great touring options.
The island of Guernsey offers a wide assortment of culinary delights inspired by the sea and shore that tourists have come to know and love.
Walking & Cycling
Journey on foot into a world of valleys cascaded in lush greenery, secluded coves and wide white-sand beaches. If a quest on foot isn't quite your cup of tea, hire a bicycle to take a two-wheel tour through stunning valleys, pine forests and nature reserves.
Heritage is a big part of island life and Guernsey has a story to tell around every corner. Discover burial mounds dating back to Neolithic times, Napoleonic sea defences and reminders of the German occupation.
Luxury & Wellness
As for wellness, lovers of the great outdoors will revel in Guernsey's dramatic seascapes, secluded coves, and Victorian bathing pools. With fewer cars than the mainland and a more relaxed way of life, Guernsey provides an excellent escape from the fast pace of life back home.
The Bailiwick of Guernsey which includes Sark, Alderney and Herm offers quiet beach where you build sandcastles, sit in the sun with the sand between your toes, enjoy Guernsey ice creams from one of the many seaside cafes.
All manner of sporting activities are available in Guernsey, with watersports taking centre stage – surfing, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, swimming, canoeing and much more.
Guernsey attractions include historic wartime tunnels, atmospheric castles and an array of outdoor pursuits. Guernsey has a story to tell around every corner; when it comes to spending time outdoors the whole family are spoilt for choice and nature lovers are in for a treat too.