Dining options include the Victor Hugo Restaurant and the Terrace Cafe.
Be transported back to Neolithic times as you seek out ancient ruins such as Les Fouaillages, a burial mound thought to be Europe’s oldest man-made structure, uncover Barriere stones dating back to the middle ages, and explore historic harbours, famous in the 18th and 19th century as major trade stops and successful shipbuilding centres.
Other historical highlights include the Guernsey Tapestry Gallery on St Peter Port’s College Street, a fascinating tapestry depicting 1,000 years of island life, and the roman shipwreck displayed at the Guernsey Pearl retail outlet.
Alderney, the northernmost island, is a must visit for animal lovers; this pretty island is home to the rare blonde hedgehog and huge populations of northern gannets and Glanville Fritillary butterflies.
The nearby car-free island of Sark is known for the dolphins that play near the coastline and horse and carriage rides.
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