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England to Guernsey

Poole to Guernsey

Condor Ferries 7 Sailings Weekly 3 hrs

Portsmouth to Guernsey

Condor Ferries 6 Sailings Weekly 7 hrs

France to Guernsey

Jersey to Guernsey

Visiting Guernsey

Why take a ferry to Guernsey

Booking a ferry to or from Guernsey couldn't be easier with Compare Ferries. The unique island of Guernsey lies in the Channel Islands, near France, yet offers a distinctly British feel. The small isle has stunning scenery and fantastic food, with healthy walking trails and several fascinating museums. Guernsey also boasts strong travel links to the neighbouring islands, which are only a short hop away, so can provide an excellent base for visiting the general area.

If you're thinking of heading to Guernsey, then let us help take the stress out of choosing which major ferry operator to travel with. Compare Ferries offers the latest prices and special offers from leading ferry companies including Manche Iles Express and Condor Ferries, but we know all operators on Compare Ferries can offer a stress-free journey to Guernsey, setting you up perfectly to enjoy an amazing trip.

Highlights of Guernsey

This little island has a whole range of things to offer visitors, especially catering well to those who enjoy the outdoors. Guernsey provides a wide range of activities for varying tastes and hobbies, offering kayak excursions to the coves on the southern coast as well as coasteering down cliff-faces, not to mention its numerous golf courses for those who enjoy a relaxing few rounds of golf.

Guernsey also has 20 self-guided 'Tasty Walks', which take walkers across rugged cliff paths and beautiful bays, as well as through the historic capital - carrying routes designed to cater to walkers of any age and to all abilities. The historic island truly is perfect for family adventure holidays, with other outdoor pursuits on offer such as scuba-diving, cycling, surfing, sailing, and kayaking.

The Culture, Food and Drinks

For those seeking family activities with a more relaxing vibe, there is a range of art and language courses available on the island, as well as foraging excursions guided by experienced locals which can suit foodies who are looking for something unusual. Guernsey prides itself on being different to other places and boasts a strong sense of local culture and cuisine.

The island has a unique geographical position - belonging to the UK but lying exceptionally close to the French mainland - and as a result has been in the thick of the action countless times over the years, in battles between France and the UK, and even came under German occupation during the second world war.

Guernsey also has burial mounds that date back over 6,000 years. The Channel Islands were once part of Normandy, with signs of Norman influence evident in many things, such as in Guernsey's local language. This island is certainly one with an abundance of stories to tell.

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