The Channel Islands are made up of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Situated 15 miles from the coast of France, these group of islands are part of the UK, but have a very European feel to them.
Jersey, the largest of the islands, is the most southernly point of the British Isles and has a huge story to tell. Guernsey is renowned for its culinary delights, whilst Herm is a charming island which does not have any cars.
From stunning coastlines to beautiful countryside, the islands, for their size, pack a lot into them. The safe beaches and blue water are a delight to lose yourself for a day. If history is your thing, then the forts and castles such as Mont Orguil Castle and Elizabeth Castle in Jersey and Castle Cornet in Guernsey should be high on your list. Spend a day at the Jersey War Tunnels gives you a moving introduction to live for the islanders under the rule of the German Army during World War 2.
Want to see the amazing work done by a world-famous conservation zoo? See dolphins and seals? Walk out to see to see the stars? Abseil? Play golf? Adventure parks? Walk? Cycle? Surf?
Do you want to eat some of the best sea food around? Enjoy the famous Jersey Royal Potato in its own back garden? Drink wine, gin and rum to name a few that are made on the islands?
You can do all this and so much more and easily accessible by sea or air.
If you are looking for a family holiday in an apartment or hotel, a romantic weekend away, a luxury spa trip or looking for something a little different, we have the right option for you.
If you are a British Citizen, you do not need to have a passport to travel to and from, so use the islands as a Staycation with a difference.
Sampling the islands is a must for anyone, and with flights from most regional airports, then it has never been easier for you to go and see for yourself.