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Channel Islands

Stunning beaches, miles of dramatic coastline and many hidden gems to uncover all await you on the Channel Islands.

Top Tips for your Channel Islands Holiday

Dine al fresco; be sure to visit one of Jersey's many outdoor venues in the warmer months for leisurely lunching.

Visit Castle Cornet in Guernsey and listen for the daily firing of a thirty-two pound cannon by a gunner in traditional nineteenth-century uniform.

Don your walking boots and grab some binoculars for one of Alderney's fantastic nature trails or heritage walks.

Visit the smaller Islands of Sark and Herm to experience true tranquillity and explore secluded bays by bike or on foot - no cars are allowed here.

Enjoy some of the freshest seafood around on the islands - from sea to plate in a matter of hours.

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Things To See & Do

From rocky headlands to secluded coves with white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters, there’s so much coastline to explore on the different Channel Islands. You’ll find a wealth of interesting history, local fresh delicacies and friendly locals who are keen to share their love of the islands with you.

The Channel Islands are an archipelago in the English Channel, off the French coast of Normandy. With a temperate maritime climate, the islands generally have mild weather which make them well-suited to be visited throughout the year.

Jersey is the biggest of the Channel Islands and often described as a ‘little bit of British France’ with Guernsey following closely as the second largest. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the capitals of Jersey’s St. Helier and Guernsey’s St. Peter Port or perhaps head to one of the smaller islands.

Alderney is a beautiful unspoiled natural island and venturing to the smaller islands of Herm and Sark—which are full of old world charm—make for exciting expeditions. Each with plenty of character to experience and hidden corners to uncover, we’ll provide you with the best recommendations to make the most of your time here.


Travelling To & Around

The Channel Islands feature some of Europe’s best beaches and a relaxing way of life perfect for those wishing to unwind.

Just a short hop away from the UK and mainland Europe, the Channel Islands can be easily accessed by ferry or plane, with each of the islands having main ferry ports or airports. Flights from Southampton to Jersey airport and Guernsey airport to Alderney airport can be taken, as well as ferry travel to key terminals like St. Peter Port in Guernsey. Our Channel Island holidays can be tailor-made, so do get in touch with us should you wish to travel from different airports.

Whether you wish to bring your own car, travel car-free, or experience a fly-drive holiday, explore our brand new Channel Island holidays for 2022 and find something which takes your fancy. If you want to make the most of your holiday, why not take your time and fully immerse yourself into island life with our Slowly… trip?

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