Visit the oldest and best-preserved Roman fort
Probably one of the most shocking things about the Channel Islands for me was grasping all the history it fosters. From WWII to ancient Roman ruins.
Interview with Tish Delaney – Writer living on Alderney
Tish Delaney is a writer living on Alderney which she often describes as mini-Donegal. It reminds her so much of her childhood holidays. She is originally from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland although she left there when she was eighteen.
Interview with Catherine Woodhouse – Founder of Island Aura
In this interview we asked Catherine Woodhouse a few questions about her little fragrance business and why she fell in love with Alderney.
Sailing Around Braye Bay in Alderney and Creux Harbour in Sark
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.
Kayaking in 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.
From Occupied Land To Paradise – Longis in Alderney
The most northerly Channel Island, Alderney is also the third smallest, covering an area of about 3 square kilometres. As a result, you're never too far from the sea on this tranquil island paradise.