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Welcome to City of Saint Peter


Located on the east coast of the islands of Guernsey, Saint Peter Port is its capital. As a small town and parish, Saint Peter Port includes a variety of historic landmarks and scenic points to include in your visit to the area. Guernsey is located in the English Channel and is one of the Channel Islands, which gives visitors to Saint Peter Port access to boat trips, stunning views, and a multitude of activities.

Saint Peter Port borders with St. Sampson's, Vale, St. Andrew's, and St. Martin's, all of which are other interesting areas in Guernsey. Travel to Saint Peter Port allows you to visit nearby areas by boat, including various UK destinations, France, Jersey, Sark, and Herm. The ferry runs throughout the day, making it easy to take a daytrip to other areas during your visit. The area of Saint Peter Port is small, which makes it easy to tour most of the interesting sights on foot. You can also visit most of Guernsey on foot.




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Saint Peter Port is separated into 4 cantons, or sections. They include North Canton (Canton 1), Canton of the North-West (Canton 2), Canton of the South-West (Canton 3), and Canton of the South (Canton 4). Saint Peter Port travel allows you to visit many interesting and historic areas. Hauteville House is one of the most prominent landmarks on the island. This once home of Victor Hugo is now a museum, which attracts many visitors.

Some other Saint Peter Port landmarks are the Town Church, Elizabeth College, Castle Cornet, St. Peter Port Harbour, and the Guernsey Aquarium. Endless sightseeing opportunities, many relaxing areas, and various nearby regions make Saint Peter Port, Guernsey travel fun for the whole family. If you want to see the natural beauty of the Channel Islands, this is an ideal setting to do just that.