Guernsey’s restaurant offering is diverse with everything from pavement cafes and brasseries to international standard fine dining restaurants. Blessed with an abundance of natural local produce and exquisitely fresh seafood.
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A Bird Watchers Paradise
Guernsey sells itself as a holiday heaven. Beaches galore. Walks for all. Lots of shops and restaurants. Laced with a dollop of culture and oodles of history. Tourism thrives. But homosapiens are not the only visitors who flock to the island each year.<
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Guernsey in Pictures
From its cool, wooded valleys to its dramatic coastline and old granite landing steps, Guernsey has long been an inspiration to artists and photographers keen to capture the essence of its landscapes.
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Buying a home on Guernsey
The second largest of the Channel Islands, Guernsey has always been a property hot spot with its proximity to France and clement climate adding to its appeal. Mary Wilson reveals why the property market here is so special.
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Escape to Herm
Getting away from it all is almost impossible in today’s busy world but just three miles off the coast of Guernsey, Herm offers absolute escapism in stunning surroundings.
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When the tide is out, the table is set: Jo Keeling goes on a wild food foray on Guernsey, picking winkles from rockpools and foraging for hegerow tapas.
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Hooked on Channel Island Hopping
The early morning mist shrouded a flat, calm sea as we set sail for the Channel Island of Guernsey in temperatures of 24 Celsius. It was late August and we were joining hundreds of holidaymakers heading off to a small collection of British – yet i
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