Where better to embrace the elements and get active outdoors than in Guernsey. Being an island, it's no surprise that watersports take centre stage. With options including surfing, sailing, fishing, windsurfing, swimming, canoeing, paddleboarding, coasteering and so much more besides, there really is something for everyone. If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land there's still plenty to do, from walking, golf, cycling, horse riding and tennis to climbing, abseiling, karting and clay pigeon shooting.
Here's just a few options to consider on your holiday in Guernsey.
Outdoor Guernsey have been providing adventure activities on Guernsey since 2006, With qualified guides on hand, activities include kayaking, coasteering, climbing, kayaking, abseiling and puffin patrols. Activities usually run daily from April until November and no experience is necessary. Contact Outdoor Guernsey for further details and prices.
Exciting Boat Trips
For those in search of an adrenaline rush, take a trip with Island RIB Voyages and see the islands from a whole different persepective. Visit rocks, bays, caves and islands whilst feeling the wind in your hair and the spray in your face.
There are several stables on Guernsey offering riding lessons for riders of all abilities, as well as beach riding, and pony trekking.
Play a round
Golfers will find a variety of courses on the island. The Guernsey Links is home to the Royal Guernsey and L'Ancresse Golf Clubs which share the same 18-hole course. On the outskirts of St Peter Port, the St Pierre Park Hotel has a 9-hole par 3 course, as well as an adventure golf course which is sure to please all the family.
Explore on two wheels
From the coastal roads to the country lanes, there is much to see on two wheels. Hire a bike, or e-bike or bring your own and discover stunning views at every turn. Guided cycle tours are also available on the island.