Herm is situated 170 miles (274 kilometers) southwest of London, the country's capital, and approximately 110 miles (177 kilometers) southwest of Southampton.
Of course, visiting just one place, no matter how popular, usually only offers you a narrow window into the wider rhythms and life-ways of a region. So be sure to tour Channel Islands 's other cultural and natural attractions. La Greve de Lecq and St Ouen are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Channel Islands.
Approximately 2 miles (3 kilometers) to the northwest of Herm is St. Peter Port, a regional center which is home to Candie Gardens, Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery and Pembroke Beach. Hauteville House, Guernsey Harbour and Castle Cornet are also worth checking out before returning to Herm.
The most rewarding places for tourists to visit when they first arrive in a place they have never been are the ones that offer a snapshot of the culture. Head to Channel Islands 's craft workshops, history museums and art museums. Stop at Channel Islands 's popular castles, it's a good way to familiarize yourself with the area's colorful history.
Delve into a side of Channel Islands many visitors will never see by accompanying a local guide on one of the guided nature walks and city walking tours. Have a break from sightseeing and cool off with a spot of sailing or swimming.
So book your tickets, pack your bags and enjoy this beautiful destination.