A true paradise of the British Isles, there are many reasons why you may want to live on the tiny island of Herm. It offers a level of peacefulness and seclusion that is hard to find elsewhere.
If you’re interested in visiting a variety of museums in Jersey, then you could consider becoming a member of Jersey Heritage, which will get you free access to their visitor sites and save you money in the long-run.
There are more dedicated museums in Guernsey than on any of the other Channel Islands and you can find them dotted right around the island. They’re a great way to learn more about the island.
Alderney’s extensive range of visitor attractions has made it an increasingly popular tourist destination in recent years. An award-winning museum, an impressive Roman fort and some incredible scenery are all things which await holidaymakers on the island.
Probably the most exciting facet of the Channel Islands is their wine, cider and beer scene. The weather here is perfect for crafting premium beverages and spirits, and talent abounds.
The Guernsey and Jersey islands hiking trails offer stunning views from high up on cliffs or below on beaches. I want to share some hikes that have made me feel connected with this place so far.