Many people ask us what language is spoken in the Channel Islands. Today, English is the standard language of the four main Channel Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney and Sark.
If you want a true insight into the island’s history, you should plan a short walk over to St. Tugual’s Chapel. This gorgeous 11th-century chapel is a testament to the island’s rich history.
Get ready to cue the oohs and ahhs when visiting St. Ouen’s Manor. I felt like I stumbled into a period piece as I wandered the grounds and gardens of this stunning Manor.
Jersey is perhaps best-known for its fine beaches, warm summer weather and distinctive French influence, which help to draw in thousands of tourists every year.
The best places to learn about the rich history of the Isle of Man are the island’s museums, which capture various snapshots from the different eras and help to shed light on what this fascinating island has experienced.