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.
When it comes to scuba diving in the Channel Islands, Alderney is one of the less popular islands, mainly due to its location. The majority of dive companies in the Channel Islands operate from Guernsey and Jersey.
The two smallest islands within the Bailiwick of Guernsey – Herm and Sark – should not be overlooked when it comes to diving. The waters surrounding the two islands are often cleaner and have better visibility than in the larger
Along with Herm, Alderney and Sark are the other two main Channel Islands which are part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. While the two islands are very different, they are both beautiful in their own right.
The Channel Island of Jersey – one thoroughly shaped by the sea – has some of the most spectacular stretches of coastline in the British Isles. There is an incredible number of bays, beaches and coves to discover.
Guernsey’s varied and rugged coastline is popular for outdoor activities of all sorts, whether it be walking, kayaking or beaching. But some of the most incredible sights it has on offer can only be seen beneath the waves.