Links

The following is a brief list of some useful and interesting links to help you plan for and enjoy your stay in Guernsey.

Explore Guernsey and discover the best the island offers. Perfect for UK weekend breaks, Guernsey combines rich history with stunning scenery and walks.

For those who find the full timetable a bit bulky to carry about, here is a list of all the timetables. The number 81 stops just outside the Captains Hotel and travels half hourly between St Martins and St Peter Port

Out the Blue fishing charters run out of St Peter Port harbour, Guernsey in the Channel Islands and is skippered by keen angler, Richard Seager.

British interior designer and illustrator Jessica Russell Flint trained at Central St.Martins after doing a Geography Degree at Exeter University, the artistic side in her meant that she was always with quill pen, inks and paper.

Katherine and Rachel produce 200 litres of ice-cream on one day each week and now have a menu of around 30 different flavours. These include all the favourites plus more unusual flavours such as peanut butter, liquorice, cinnamon and ginger. The best selling is honeycomb.

We’ve included this link as it makes a perfect ‘topping’ to your stay in Guernsey. A thoroughly enjoyable and humorous read that charts life for the islanders during the occupation. There are many references to places you will recognise and have visited.

It’s not the easiest of names, but it’s certainly one that islanders are proud of. ‘Aurigny’ is the Norman name for Alderney, the northern Channel Isle, where Aurigny Air Services was launched in 1968.Aurigny employs around 290 staff throughout the Channel Islands, UK and France, and is based near Guernsey airport. The airline carried its 9 millionth passenger early this year. The network of scheduled services between Guernsey, Jersey and Alderney, and to destinations in the UK and Continental Europe, provide a lifeline for the local communities and their thriving business and tourism sectors.

If you’d rather arrive by sea then the only option is Condor ferries. Most would argue that this is the best way to see Guernsey for the first time.