Guernsey is located about 170 miles (274 kilometers) southwest of London, the national capital, and 110 miles (177 kilometers) southwest of Southampton.
Guernsey is blessed with wonderful coastal spots which are just the place for recharging your batteries. Among the best beaches to choose from are Petit Bot Bay, Pembroke Beach and also Saints Bay Beach.
Get away from the noisy streets by planning a trip to the area’s natural parks, such as Icart Point or St. Catherine's Woods. Walk through the parks and try to spot the local flora and fauna, then stop for lunch or a drink in the preserves’ pristine environs.
Saumarez Park and Candie Gardens are two natural options when you need to unwind and enjoy and enjoy some serenity. These two green spaces will ensure your visit to Guernsey is an enjoyable one.
Sometimes melancholic, sometimes wonderfully romantic, the castles and other defensive structures in this country are something special to tour. Castle Cornet, a unique local landmark, shows where members of the nobility lived in well-guarded quarters and protected their townships from crusaders and marauders.
Among the best heritage sites in this region is the Hauteville House. This atmospheric place offers visitors the opportunity to learn about an important chapter in history. Read up about the site in your guide book, get photographs and learn about local history.
In Guernsey you’ll find some remarkable museums, such as the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery, where art and history lovers can see local exhibits. For those who love galleries and art museums, this is the perfect place to relax and learn more about art and history.
Guernsey’s major sights sometimes overshadow its lesser known, but equally fascinating sights such as the Little Chapel.