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If you're planning a trip to Guernsey, Jersey, St Malo, Western France, Poole, Portsmouth or Southern England, we have some great ideas for you.

Our destination guides are the perfect place to start planning your getaway. You'll find videos, round-ups of the best attractions and events, information about the must-visit locations, as well as ferry times to help you make the most of your time away.


The island break for all seasons

The luscious landscapes, the crisp breeze, the stunning skies... Autumn is definitely our favourite season - especially in Jersey where #nofilter is needed! It's time to pack your favourite things into your car and sail across to Jersey for an unforgettable experience. Begin your island escape onboard with a range of delicious food and refreshing drinks available. And, don't forget to visit our Adore Duty Free shop for savings of up to 40%.

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Your own treasure island

Your own treasure island, Guernsey is a gem of a destination for people of all ages. This belies its often turbulent past, having been the focal point of many a battle between England and France.

Today, Guernsey remains self-governing, whilst remaining loyal to the Crown. The Island attracts walkers, watersports enthusiasts, nature lovers and gastronomes, to experience the many great things that happen in Guernsey.

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Savour St Malo

A historic walled city filled with cafes, bars and shops, and the perfect gateway to Brittany and Western France. 

St Malo’s impressive battlements and seemingly impenetrable 12th century city walls, fronts a beguiling character markedly at odds with its war-ridden past. This picturesque city has stood proud against maritime invasion from every direction.

It has hosted merchant vessels, bid farewell and greeted countless explorers. The city’s streets are flanked by characterful homes, unique boutique shops, charming cafes, restaurants and many hotels and bars.

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DiscoverTHE UK

Discover Great Britain

Bustling cities for shopping and entertainment, historic towns, cosy villages, traditional pubs, contemporary nightlife, major sporting events, epic national parks and gentle countryside, locally grown food and historic ruins: there are so many things to do in Britain.

Historic culture meets modern culture in a mix that is as compelling as it is unique. The only question you need to ask is, where do I start?

We sail to Poole, a perfect gateway to the South West and London, and Portsmouth with its fascinating naval heritage.

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