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Whilst every effort will be made to adhere to the outlined itinerary and advertised program, local conditions can change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. This may mean that routes and timings need to be amended or the order of days may change, sometimes at short notice.
This departure: Grade 5
Arrival at Guernsey airport and transfer to The Pandora Hotel in St Peter Port. Dinner each evening is in the hotel restaurant.
Covering only about 26 square miles, Guernsey is a manageable sized island to get to know in a week. In our
explorations we'll get to see the best of this beautiful island, a loyal outpost of the English Crown for the best
part of a millennium. 80 miles south east of England and 30 miles from the French coast, the island blooms all
year round and is a paradise for bird lovers, photographers and historians.
We will explore the magnificent cliff-tops and sandy bays of the coast, two centuries of fortifications, the quiet
lanes leading into the island's interior and take the chance to slow down to Guernsey's calming pace of life.
Walk on the north coast from Le Dehus to Grandes Rocques taking in coastal fortifications and prehistoric tombs along the way. About 10 miles, 4 hours walking and304 metersof ascent.
A day on the spectacular southern cliff-top path from Petit BÔt Bay to Pleinmont with rugged coastal views from lofty vantage points, the tiny fishing harbour of La Pointe de la Moye and the intriguing WWII range and direction-finding towers. About 9 miles, 4½ hours walking and 457 meters of ascent.
Walking the south-eastern cliffs of the island from Petit BÔt Bay to St Peter Port, passing the picturesque Moulin Huet Bay with its several small ports and Clarence Battery with great views of the neighbouring Channel Islands. About 10 miles, 6 hours walking and 610 meters of ascent.
A free day for your own explorations of the island, to take things easy, go shopping or visit the nearby island of Herm, just off St Peter Port.
We take the ferry to the island of Sark, eight miles to the east, to explore the lanes and paths of this charming island. We'll see as much as we can before sailing back to Guernsey. About 6½ miles, 3 hours walking and 305 meters of ascent.
A day exploring the interior of the island following its green lanes and Ruettes Tranquilles to visit Les Vauxbelets, St Saviour's Church and Reservoir before continuing to picturesque L'Eree Bay and the causeway to Lihou Island. About 9 miles, 4 hours walking and 152 meters of ascent.
Departure after breakfast. A transfer to Guernsey airport is included.
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