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.
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.
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.
Many parts of the world claim to have history at every turn, but the phrase is perhaps best suited to the Alderney's North Coast.