A short ferry ride away, the largest of the Channel Islands boasts an array of historical attractions, gardens and shops.
Just 1½ miles by 3, Alderney is a haven of peace and tranquillity with a wealth of flora and fauna. The northernmost of the Channel Islands, its warm and welcoming atmosphere and rich natural heritage, combined with its enchanting green spaces and miles of soft, golden sands offer a peaceful escape from the stresses of modern life.
Tiny Sark is a car-free oasis away from the bustle of modern life. Just 55 minutes by ferry, the island offers spectacular scenery, sweeping bays, coastal paths and breathtaking cliff top views.
“Neither French nor Breton” is how the Malouin people describe their unique walled market town with its offshore fortresses and delightful long promenade.