The island of Guernsey is steeped in history as it was the only British Isle to be occupied by German forces during World War II as is evident around its coastline. Guernsey is home to 63,000 residents, increasing to about 100,000 during the peak of the summer season.
The island offers incredibly safe and peaceful surroundings with a rich, inclusive culture with a love for food and drinking at the heart. Woven into this "rock culture" is the islands' collection of accommodation providers, restaurants and bars - each with a unique identity, fresh cuisine and generous hospitality.
Life doesn't get anymore authentic than Guernsey where locals sell their harvests, crafts and wares on their hedges in a market stall setup called "hedge veg"which operates an "honesty box" system.
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Guernsey also boasts outstanding medical facilities as well as a hospital on the island which are both state sponsored through social care and private healthcare is also available.
Here we are spoilt for choice when it comes to our beautiful beaches, from the secluded coves of the south to the long sweeping sands of the west and north.
If you are looking for your next adventure, this beautiful archipelago in the Channel Islands is waiting for you to experience it all.
Life on Guernsey takes on a completely different meaning