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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.


Alderney is the most northerly of the Channel Islands and is just 3 miles long, making it a very manageable size. As such, it is often forgotten about or disregarded in favour of its larger neighbours.


Although smaller and flatter than neighbouring Jersey, Guernsey certainly doesn't disappoint when it comes to its tourist offerings. Locals may argue the island has some of the best beaches in the world.


With glorious beaches, areas of outstanding countryside and over 70 km of coastline, Jersey is certainly a beautiful place to live. It has top class education system, great dining opportunities and mixture of British and French culture.