What to do
With its unique blend of cliffs, countryside, beaches, bays and quiet, winding lanes - Guernsey is the perfect place to get active. Whether you are a keen walker, cyclist, sailor, fisher or swimmer, there is plenty to do :
There are a number of summer sailing courses offered by the Guernsey Sailing Trust, plus weekly Saturday morning ‘drop in’ sessions in July and August for children aged 5-12 years. Visit www.sailingtrust.org.gg for a full timetable of events. During last summer’s sailing courses, the children were joined by a pod of dolphins!
For keen sea swimmers, there are a number of beautiful bays to swim in, as well as the 50m La Valette bathing pools in St Peter Port. There are a number of friendly locals you can join for a sea swim, including : Guernsey Open water swimming : https://www.facebook.com/groups/822350874509034/ , and Guernsey swim adventures : https://www.facebook.com/guernseyswimadventures/ . If you are in Guernsey in the month of June, there is a 30 bays in 30 days swim challenge : http://www.30bays.org/. Guernsey is also home to local sea swimmer Adrian Sarchet, who has completed an amazing six of the seven ‘Ocean’s Seven’ swims. To see his incredible swim from Northern Ireland to Scotland across the brutal North Channel, visit www.seadonkeyfilm.com
For early evening cruises aboard the ‘Starlight Sea’ to see the sun set and the island bathed in beautiful colours, e-mail email@example.com