www.Visitguernsey.com Lots of interesting events going on throughout the summer. Look out for the floral week in Spring, Summer and Autumn or the Food Festivals where you can eat at various restaurants in the Tennerfest. There are also very popular themed walking weeks, with people coming over especially for them. Information is available about Town Carnival week or the Water Carnival on the harbour Piers or the famous agricultural shows including the Guernsey Battle of Flowers, the west show and the hilarious Rocquaine Regatta.
There are many Guided walks, from the Victor Hugo trail to Folklore tours of the hidden Town streets with tales of Witchcraft and Ghostly happenings, as well as others detailing the long enthralling history of the Island.
www.stjames.gg specialises in cultural events with classical music, comedy theatre and also flower arranging master classes.
www.freedomzone.gg For the leisure centre, various sports and also throughout the year various entertainments such as concerts and competitions including the Colourful Dancesport Festival.
The offshore islands of Herm and Sark must not be missed. Neither have cars and the main transport in Sark is by horse and cart or bike, both of which can be hired with which to explore its natural beauty. Herm has wonderful beaches including the famous Shell Beach and the sheltered Belvoir Bay.
www.herm-island.com of www.sark.info
www.islandribvoyages.com Rib trips to see the seals, dolphins, puffins or circumnavigate the Island.
Guernsey is famous for its abundant supply of fresh fish, these delicacies are easiest from one of the many quality restaurants or alternatively charter fishing trips can be booked from the harbour.
Condor do day trips to both Jersey and St. Malo, their website is www.condorferries.com
A flight to France or Alderney only takes about 20 minutes so day trips are easily arranged.
Many excellent restaurants serving fresh fish from lobster and crab to wonderful bass, brill and bream, sumptuous bowls of moules as well as the usual selection of meats in styles from French to Indian and Greek to Thai. Pub grub, from carveries to snacks, is served in most of the bars throughout the island.
If you bring your own car or wish to hire one whilst you are in Guernsey please ask us for directions to La Grande Jaoniere from either the airport or the harbour which includes some tips about the slightly different 'rules of the road' They can be hired from www.valuerentacar.co.uk