Tour the island of Guernsey, part of a group of islands in the English Channel, amid the contrasting landscapes offered by the Normandy coast and its surroundings: to the south, the historic French fortress in Saint-Malo; To the east, Jersey and the Cotentin Peninsula.
Start the route on the east coast, in its capital, the port of Saint Peter Port and cross beautiful landscapes with cliffs, coves, caves and bays inspired by poets and artists. Get to know the small island of Sark, the only fiefdom currently surviving in Europe, and visit the nearest islands such as Herm, Alderney or Lihou.
- Learn a little bit of Guernesiais, the official language of Guernsey, based on the Norman language.
- Get to know Lihou, Guernsey's first RAMSAR site(a wetland of international importance).
- Visit Moulin Huet Bay, a favourite of the artist Renoir, and poet and playwright Victor Hugo.
- Explore the caves that, according to sailors, were the gateway to the fairies.
- See the stars on the island of Sark, the world's most important dark sky island.