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Alderney

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.

Alderney

Alderney’s slow-paced lifestyle, wonderful scenery and generous tax laws have made it an increasingly attractive place to live. For a long time, the island was unknown to many in the UK and elsewhere.

Alderney

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

The third-smallest of the Channel Islands, Alderney is a haven for kayaking and other watersports, with some fantastic beaches and stretches of coastline.

Alderney

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.

Alderney

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.