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Channel Islands Holidays

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The Channel Islands has the fortunate accolade of being one of the warmest places in the UK. Long golden beaches, a wealth of historical sites and stunning scenery make it an ideal place to take a break. With its many unique selling points, include fantastic gastronomy that mixes the best of British and French cuisine all made with the freshest of local produce it's easy to see why visitors come back year after year.

Jersey's attractions ensure that foodie fans and culture vultures are well catered for, with Michelin-starred restaurants, quirky beach cafes, Second World War relics and international conservation parks all offering a thoroughly enjoyable and varied holiday experience. For those who want to seek thrills, spills and activities, there is a wealth of options both in the sea and on the land, from surfing, kayaking and scuba diving to golf and cliff-walking.

Guernsey is a unique island and offers the sense of a holiday abroad, but nonetheless feels resolutely British. It prides itself on its plethora of restaurants, an abundance of local produce, varied heritage, stunning views and incredible beaches. Hop on your bike and explore picturesque coast and country or discover on foot with over 50 themed walks led by Accredited Guides. Discover Guernsey on your next holiday.

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TOP 5 THINGS TO DO

Explore some of the historical attractions of the islands. Ancient passages, Napoleonic look outs, castles and the relics of wartime occupation have left their mark
This is the perfect place to relax and unwind, with a wealth of spa breaks, spa weekends and great-value spa deals on offer from luxury spa hotels across the islands
Shopping in Jersey is like nowhere else in the world. Enjoy top brands, designer goods, department stores, and VAT-free shopping in the heart of St Helier’s high street or wander through charming markets, quirky antique stores and unique local boutiques.
Discover the History behind the hit film 'The Guernsey Literacy & Potato Peel Pie Society' a much loved, award winning novel (and movie) that shares Guernsey's small island’s big history.
Home made ice creams, freshly caught crab and indulgent Sark butter spread with jam - Islanders are passionate about their food and it's easy to see why. Experience some of the delicious culinary delights the islands all offer

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  • Currency Pound Sterling (£)
  • Language The two official languages of are English & French