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The fairytale island of Guernsey is an ideal retreat for families, couples and adventure seekers alike. To sample breathtaking island beauty for yourself, book your cheap flights to Guernsey today.

Discover Guernsey

Discover Guernsey

The name Guernsey is a mixture of Old Norse and Spanish, and translates as 'Island of horns'. In reality, the island is far more delicate than its name would suggest; visitors will find themselves holidaying in a haven of floral delights and awe-inspiring natural beauty. A trip to the capital, St Peter's Port, will have you ambling down picturesque cobblestone streets towards the sea, passing elegant Regency buildings as you go. Once at the water, you'll have 27 different bays to explore, some picture-perfect stretches of golden sand that attract hordes of tourists in the summer months, and others less frequented yet still spectacular hidden coves. With flights to Guernsey, you'll have a host of exhilarating coastal activities at your disposal in Guernsey, from climbing and cycling to diving, kayaking and windsurfing. 

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Food and Nightlife in Guernsey

Food and Nightlife in Guernsey

With such abundant resources from both land and sea, it's little surprise that Guernsey's culinary offerings are second-to-none. Freshly caught, delicious seafood is a highlight, with fish and chips, lobster, and crab sandwiches all frequently enjoyed in beachside eateries. You mustn't finish your holiday without sampling a Guernsey cream tea, all the more mouth-watering for the fresher-than-fresh dairy produce the island is famous for. Treat yourself to an exceptional afternoon tea experience at The Old Government House Hotel.

 

For nightlife, you can't top trendy St Peter's Port. Here you'll find chic cocktail bars like Laska and Red, where Guernsey's fun-loving night-owls get together to drink and socialise in sophisticated surroundings.

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Things to do in Guernsey

Things to do in Guernsey

In true generous Guernsey form, the charming Channel Island offers a wealth of things to do and see. For an intriguing glimpse into Guernsey's cultural and literary heritage, it's certainly worth looking in on Hauteville House, home to author Victor Hugo during the fourteen years he spent in exile from France. Take a guided tour and learn more about this fascinating writer and his relationship to the island. Take a stroll through the fragrant Wild Subtropical Garden at Sausmarez Manor, and you'll experience a wonderful sense of tranquillity as well as awe at the splendid colours of the plant-life. Visit Guernsey's ancient stronghold, Castle Cornet, for an epic slice of medieval history and a hefty helping of family fun.

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