Jersey - not quite British or French, but inextricably linked with both. This tiny island is unique and famous for a lot. Most visitors are lured by her rich history, picturesque walking and cycling trails, outdoor water sports and luxury
Guernsey may well be best known for beach resorts such as that of Cobo Bay or the wonderfully scenic coastline which stretches around the entire island, but it’s also a place rich in culture.
The list of things to do on a visit to the Isle of Man are endless, with the island having some incredible scenery and wildlife, as well as many cultural offerings.
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.
When we hear the name The Channel Islands, the first thing that comes to mind is nature, beach, sea, tourism and landscapes. Being a group of small islands, the last thing that would come to mind is literature.