You can pack up the car filled with your camping gear and let the beauty of Guernsey create the perfect escape. Check out some of the best places to camp in Guernsey below.
The Seagull Campsite is situated on the picturesque island of Herm, only a 20-minute boat journey away from Guernsey. The campsite sits on the top of the island, moments away from the cliff path leading to Belvoir Bay.
Fully equipped with modern toilet, shower facilities and communal barbecues, you can wake up to mesmorizing views across to Sark and France before fuelling up with breakfast from one of the local eateries. Expect to make friends and join Herm’s ever-growing family.
Guernsey’s longest established campsite is situated within the rural beauty in the north of the island. The campsite is a vast size of 10 acres and is privately owned and operated, creating a friendly atmosphere welcoming new and returning campers.
Due to its impressive size, the campsite has a large range of facilities and camping styles, from hot showers, mini-golf, and an onsite café. La Bailloterie has everything you need to keep the little ones entertained and make your stay comfortable.
Pomme de Chien is a tranquil campsite, family-run and equipped with a newly built shower and toilet block. It is located between Avenue and Discart Bay, the local shops being a short cycle or stroll away for all the essentials.
Campers can stay in the fully-equipped tents that are already set up from May to September, or you are able to take your own gear all year round. Campers will arrive to the site in style on a tractor-bus that will pick-up from where the boat drops off or, if your bags aren’t too heavy, campers can choose to take the pleasant footpath up to the top of the hill where the campsite lies.
The Fauxquets Valley Campsite is centrally situated in the heart of Guernsey, tucked away into a valley shielded from the noise and traffic.
At the campsite, there is a range of accommodation styles to suit even the fussiest of travellers. Choose to bring your own tent or camp in luxury with a glamping log cabin or glamping safari tent.
You have everything you need onsite with an outdoor pool, a well-stocked shop with all the essentials, as well as the obligatory shower and toilet cubicles.
Your children will be entertained with a playfield in the summer and a games room for the slightly colder days. You will also be able to meet some friendly farm animals that live in the surrounding paddocks.
The Vaugrat Campsite is set in the grounds of an 18th-century farmhouse, a short 5 minute walk away from Port Grat beach in the North West of the island.
There are two separate toilet blocks, a TV lounge with free charging points and Wi-Fi. For those who want to camp out in a little more luxury, there are glamping tents, as well as romantic bell tents in an adults-only area: the perfect escape from the noise and chaos when you need it.
With all this choice, camping in Guernsey is easier than ever, whether you choose to stay in a luxury pre-prepared cabin, or choose to feel bring your own equipment and make your family base. There is no better feeling than waking up and stepping out to the beautiful sights of Guernsey. Book your journey with Condor Ferries and let the adventures begin.