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Guernsey Self-Guided Walks

SPG_121The island’s fascinating history is best accessed when explored on foot. Visit Guernsey has launched four self-guided trails as part of the History Lives Here campaign. Each walk explores different areas of the island and takes in much of Guernsey’s stunning natural beauty.  The walks are scattered with fascinating snapshots of history, from Martello towers and Neolithic tombs to Forts and reminders of more recent history including the German Occupation. 

Suitable for walkers of all abilities, visitors can choose a leisurely stroll around the flats of the north or chose a more challenging hike around the south coast.  Each route is carefully mapped to offer stop off points along the way so that you can make the most of your time in Guernsey.

With thanks to Visit Guernsey for producing these wonderful guides, we invite you to view full details of these the four self-guided walks: 

Renoir’s South Coast – Walk in the footsteps of one of the greatest French impressionist painters as you take in the sights that inspired Renoir. 

St Peter Port – Unlock the secrets of the island’s capital, St Peter Port.

The Historic North – Head north to the castles and forts that have guarded the Island for centuries.

The Wild West – Take in the stunning scenery of Guernsey’s west coast.

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Posted by Tracy

Tracy has worked in travel and tourism marketing for over 30 years. She joined Travelsmith in 1987 and enjoys her role as Sales & Marketing Manager for the group. Having moved from Essex to Cornwall in 2001, Tracy loves life in the southwest. She is married with two children, one lively Cocker Spaniel and a lazy cat. Tracy can be contacted via email: