Welcome to Guernsey
Guernsey Islands are an Appealing, Secluded Travel Destination
Guernsey is a patch of islands located close to France on the Celtic Sea. The coastal region spans over 100 miles, and many tourists visit Guernsey to find beautiful sandy beaches, concealed coves, and cliff paths. The cliff paths are a great way to travel the country, and the scenic views are a perfect place to watch the setting sun on a crisp, clear day. The waves of piercing light and deep blue sea are the main attraction in Guernsey. Guernsey travel usually revolves around finding a quiet, tranquil beach to spend your days walking on the hot sand, visiting the striking gardens with flowers endlessly blooming, or exploring the cliff paths that lead around the island.
The island's allegiance is to the United Kingdom, and they currently use the Guernsey pound. The British pound can also be used in Guernsey, but the Guernsey pound cannot be used in Britain. English is by far the predominant language in Guernsey. It is spoken by the majority of citizens, although some schools still teach another cultural language that is very rarely spoken in every day life. Flights into Guernsey can be routed through London or France and will land in the Guernsey airport. You can also visit Guernsey by boat, and there are cars and taxis that can be rented while on the island. Travel service information can be found in video format or in a travel guide. This will help you determine all of your transportation options because driving is quite different in Guernsey than it is in most places so it is important to take note of the special rules and suggestions.
The capital of Guernsey is St. Peter Port, a guide to the country's many fortunes. The port is the island's most prominent and important city. Travelers and ship builders found solace and a haven from the rest of the world when visiting the calm, peaceful area. By many in Europe, St. Peter Port was a safe harbor and a stable place for anchorage. St. Peter Port shares a rich heritage with all travelers because of the French influence of authors such as Victor Hugo who took refuge on the island for some period of time. The Channel Islands were a source of inspiration to him because they are always blossoming and remote from the confusions of every day life. The Islands of Guernsey are an ideal place to decompress and find serenity, and, at the same time, you can find some of the most beautiful valleys, rich foliage, and invigorating beaches that Europe has to offer.