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  • Kayaking in Guernsey
  • Coasteering in Guernsey
  • Horse riding at Petit Bot
  • Sailing school in Guernsey
  • Windsurfing in Guernsey

Outdoor Activities in Guernsey

You’ll never be far from the sea in Guernsey and the spectacular coastline and beautiful beaches coupled with quiet country lanes and a plethora of history make for a fantastic range of outdoor activities in Guernsey.


Take to the sea and experience the island from a different angle. Kayak around the coast or venture over to Sark and kayak through the caves. For a different view, try coasteering where you’ll climb the coastal rocks, jump into white water and explore coastal formations. If you would prefer to be exploring marine wildlife or go in search of shipwrecks, scuba and deep sea diving is also popular on the island.

Vazon Bay is the place to surf in Guernsey with Pontinfer more difficult to get to but great if conditions are right. Vazon Bay is a prime spot for beach sports of all kinds with plenty of space for volleyball, football, cricket or family games.

Fishing enthusiasts will find a large range of species in the water including Bass, Bream, Conger, Grey Mullet, Ballen Wrasse and Mackerel. From wide open beaches to rocky crops and hidden coves, there are numerous angling spots and specialist charters are available if you would like to go on a deep sea angling trip.

There are a number of companies available to guide you around the waters of Guernsey and to the other bailiwick Islands of Herm, Sark and Alderney onboard boats, jet skis or RIB inflatables. Many offer trips to lesser known islands such as Les Écréhous and Les Minquiers which were once inhabited. Nature lovers will enjoy guided Puffin watch trips where seals also often make an appearance.

Outdoor Guernsey – Providing adventure activities for individuals or groups on Guernsey, Herm and Sark.

If you take a day trip to Jersey try South Coast Cruises – Cruising the south coast of Jersey daily April until October or try Jersey Seafaris – RIB trips and charter around Jersey and its surrounding waters. Fast and exhilarating with beautiful scenery and wildlife; including seals and dolphins and the amazing offshore islands of Les Ecrehous and Les Minquiers.

Vazon Bay surfer

Fishing in Guernsey

Windsurfing at Cobo Bay


Motor sports is big news in the Channel Islands with motor cycle trials, hill climbs and off road events being held regularly. As well as motor cycles, racing cars, sidecar racing, kart racing, sports cars, production cars and historic vehicles can all be seen participating at different times. Vazon Bay is a popular area for sand racing with the steep road at Le Val des Terres providing a challenging hill climb.

Inland Activities

Exploring Guernsey’s tranquil countryside by horse, bike or on foot is particularly popular in the summer months. However accredited guides operate throughout the year and both summer and winter pony treks are popular along the beaches. Guided walking tours are a great way to find out about some of the historical places on the island. Take a look at our walking, running and cycling pages for more details.

There are two bowling alleys in Guernsey and two petanque terrains in St Peter Port where boules can be hired. Tennis can be played all year round with an indoor and outdoor court complex on the island. Bella Luce and St Pierre Park Hotels have tennis courts with St Pierre Park also having one of the three golf courses on the island.

Experience Guernsey for yourself

Visit Guernsey and experience the island for yourself!