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Stroll around and catch a glimpse at one of the Channel Islands' finest Victorian buildings. This historical church is often referred to as the ‘Cathedral of the Channel Islands’. It is a meaningful part of the history of the island.


The people from Alderney are some of the friendliest you will meet. Make no mistake the island is not just a tourist attraction, it's also a working island, local fishermen, corporate offices and local restaurants are plentiful.


Residing between Sark and Jersey, Pierres de Lecq is an area of rocks or reefs which remains uninhabited. It is 6km north of Greve de Lecq in Saint Mary and 22.4 km west of the Contentin Peninsula.