Living in Guernsey with 2 dogs meant we spent a lot of time exploring and discovering beaches, coves and clifftop walks at the weekends.
Guernsey is 25 sq miles with a population of 60,000 people but the islands is full of little nooks to explore and sites to see.
The Channel Islands are steeped in history and the recent movie The Guernsey Literary and Potatoe Peel Society showed just how significatnt Guernsey was in the Second World War. Germany occuied Guernsey for 5 years and Hitler event created an his infamous underground hospital.
Guernsey Walking Tours
To explore Guernsey and discover the many historical sites around the island, you can book a tour with Guernsey Walking Tours who run regular tours of the island and nearby Herm Island.
Round the Island Walk
If you ar keen on walking and want a challenge then try the Round the Island Saffery walk which takes place every year.
The walk is 39 miles and takes in all the beaches and clifftop walks.
Our Recommended Walk
We would walk from Jerbourg to Torteval, Petit Bot is the half way mark so I usually stopped here for lunch or a drink.
If you do get to Guernsey then please go and explore the northern side of Guernsey and enjoy the flowers and views in the summer time.