The Channel Islands are a birder’s dream. The unique geographical position makes it a stopover for many migrating birds and a harbour for others. Equipped with a bit of knowledge, your visit can include wonderful bird observations.
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.
The small Island of Herm lies just under 5kms from the coast of Guernsey, the second largest of the Channel Islands. The pristine island is a popular place for residents of Guernsey.