The small hills, white sand beaches and blue water will welcome you when you land in Guernsey IslandW.
Guernsey is a collection of island with Guernsey its main island. Guernsey can only be reached by plane and boat.
Guernsey airport to Aberdeen (Link)
Guernsey airport to Bristol (Link)
Guernsey airport to Birmingham (Link)
Guernsey airport to East Midlands (Link)
Guernsey airport to Edinburgh (Link)
Guernsey airport to Exeter (Link)
Guernsey airport to Glasgow (Link)
Guernsey airport to Inverness (Link)
Guernsey airport to Leeds (Link)
Guernsey airport to London (Link)
Guernsey airport to Newcastle (Link)
Guernsey airport to Norwich (Link)
Guernsey airport to Southampton (Link)
Guernsey airport to Geneva (Link)
Guernsey airport to Malaga (Link)
Ferries are available from these locations.
St Malo (year-round), Dielette (summer only), Granville(summer only)
Portsmouth, Weymouth, Poole
Get Around Options
The island is only 19 kilometer long and 5 kilometers wide approximately. There is no train service on the island. Your best option will be to hire a taxi or a car. Bicycle could be better options to get around. Bus would cost you a fixed price of £1 no matter where you go.
One day ticket cost £4.50
Two days ticket cost £7.50
Seven days ticket cost £16.00
Things to Do Options
Discovery Pass will offer admission in Castle Cornet, Fort Grey Shipwreck Museum, Guernsey Museum at Candle, German Naval Signals HQ and Jersey Museum and Alderney Museum . This offer is for one adult and all accompanying children under 18 for one year.Castle CornetW
Food is expensive in Guernsey. Local seafood is the best option and is easily available. Mora’s Sawatdi Thai, Pier 17, La Nautique, La Fregate offer nice views and delicious eating choices. There are no fast food outlets like McDonald’s, KFC or Burger King. Victor Hugo offers continental style breakfast and you can check with White Rock cafe, Half Moon Cafe or Halfway Cafe for breakfast.
Hotel room in Guernsey starts from around $50. Here are your sleeping options in Guernsey.