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4 different routes starting at either Pleinmont, Pembroke, L’Eree and Jerbourg. There is no need to book. All routes will start and end at an established bus stop with public parking available and a cafe for refreshments. Please note that walking...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
The Guernsey Information Centre, St Peter Port, GY1 2LQ
My wife and myself are on our first visit to Guernsey and - after picking up a copy of the ‘Tasty Walks Guernsey’ from the excellent Guernsey Information Centre in St Peter Port - we managed to include a number of coastal walks into our...More
We went on a short boat trip to Herm from St. Peter Port, where we were taken on a guided walk round part of the island. We saw idyllic beaches, moorland covered in flowers and interesting insects- a nature lover's paradise.
There were one of...More
My wife and I went with Tim Osborne (an excellent guide!) to Sark to discover what happened during the German occupation. Tim had negotiated access to some areas that are normally private. Bathed in glorious sunshine it was a real treat. We learned so much...More
Fort George with Andy and Renoir's footsteps with Korinne. 2 two hours walks . Excellently led by accredited guides. Well paced, full of local interest, added to by locals in the group. You wouldn't get this information from a guidebook.
Length and ability clearly described...More
Lovely gentle walk in the leafy lanes of St Martins with Korinne and a chance to learn more about the buildings in the area, especially the cottage used by Renoir in his paintings. We also stopped for a delicious cream tea looking at the view...More
We joined a guided coastal walk led by our wonderful guide Andy. The group met up at Pleinmont right at the bus stop so it was easy to get there by bus. We explored German relics (tunnels, bunkers, etc.) saw lovely homes, ancient sites, and...More
Guernsey is a lovely place to visit. We stayed in Saint Martins in a AirBnB. Recommended by our host, we took the walk from Saint Martins to Fermain and what a beautiful and peaceful bay. We then walked on to Peter Port. This was such...More
The south coast is definitely the most scenic section I would recommend anyone walking it do it in sections. It's approx 16 miles as the crow flies BUT it's very undulating loads of steps 'up & down' my knees are suffering as I covered 10...More
I went on an accredited tour round the St Peter Port area with a wonderful tour guide called Carla Bauer on Saturday 30 April, 2016.
It was a scheduled 90 minute tour but, since there were just three of us, Carla was so kind to...More