About Guernsey

Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands and has a population of around 65,000.  It boasts some beautiful bays and countryside as well as the characterful town of St Peter Port.  The south coast has a picturesque cliff path which runs from St Peter Port to Pleinmont, a distance of around 16 miles.  This path takes the visitor past many beautiful beach coves, small harbours & woodlands, including a bluebell wood.  Parts of this area appear in a number of paintings by Renoir.

The famous Guernsey Cow

Coastal view

Torteval Church

Bluebell Wood

Page 2 Scenic / pretty : bluebells at Fermain.  Supplied from Digs

Yacht in Havelet Bay

Arial view over St Peter Port

Fairy Ring at Sunset

Castle walk at Castle Cornet

Cobo Bay

South coast cliff path with stunning sea views