Long renowned as a playground for the rich and famous, the second largest of the Channel Islands has yachting and cafes galore plus much more besides. Holidays to Guernsey offer a fun and relaxing change from the norm and it is all on your own doorstep, from the short flight to get there to the balmy climate given its southerly location. Discover the beautiful and secluded beaches of Guernsey’s north coast or walk the rugged cliffs of the south. Breaks to Guernsey also offer a unique insight into British history with neolithic graves, Victorian architecture and wartime fortifications. Families can join a surf school for the day while adults might prefer a gin tasting experience before a visit to the capital, St Peter Port, for superb dining and shopping.
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When to Visit
Below gives you information and a rating of the best time of year to visit.