Guernsey: part of the Channel Islands

A flight departs from our airport to Guernsey airport on Sundays. One of the five breathtaking islands of the Channel Islands. And your holiday to the Channel Islands gets off to a good start with us! You can park right in front of the terminal at a favourable rate. And you can check in quickly at our airport - no long queues. Because of our good accessibility, you can be on Guernsey within 3.5 hours from your home. The beautiful Channel Islands are also surprisingly nearby.


Holiday at the Channel Islands

Book your holiday on or with your travel consultant. Good to know: a combination trip to one of the other islands such as Jersey, Herm and Sark is also possible.

4 reasons to choose the Channel Islands

  • Visit the lush gardens of La Seigneurie on the island of Sark

  • Go island hopping and discover Jersey, Herm, Sark and Alderney in addition to Guernsey

  • The big difference between low and high tide (about 11 metres) creates an impressive spectacle

  • Shop in the cosy market halls behind the Town Church in St. Peter Port (Guernsey)

When do I fly

Flight schedule Channel Islands

Country Destination Day(s) Season Period Airline Stopover Transfer Book
United Kingdom Channel Islands (Guernsey)
  • Su
Summer 30 Apr 2023 - 10 Sep 2023
  • Direct
Package holiday

The Channel Islands

Most of the islands are autonomous property of the British Crown, but do not belong to the United Kingdom or British Overseas Territories. Nor are they part of the European Union. The Bailiwick of Guernsey consists of the islands Guernsey, Alderney, Herm, Sark and a number of smaller islands. The Channel Island of Jersey is part of the Jersey Bailiwick. Located some 20 kilometres off the coast of Normandy, here you will find English tradition uniquely combined with a touch of French charm.

The Channel Islands are a true paradise for anyone who loves the outdoors. The huge difference between low and high tide means that the islands completely change shape twice a day. Spring begins early and summers are balmy thanks to a warm Gulf Stream. Hikers - both experienced and inexperienced - love the kilometres of coastline routes that offer the most beautiful views. The unspoilt nature, green landscapes - interspersed with (French) vineyards, beautiful flower fields and magnificent cliffs, make the Channel Islands a stunning holiday destination. And so close to home.


When departing from our airport to the Channel Islands, you land on Guernsey. Guernsey is the second largest Channel Island. Jersey is the largest. Despite its size of only 78 km2 - the town of Groningen is 83.72 km - Guernsey is very diverse. Wide (and clean) sandy beaches on one side, rocky cliffs and sensational bays on the other side of the island. Walking on Guernsey is an unforgettable experience with its impressive nature and idyllic views. Furthermore, Little Chapel is one of the most visited attractions on Guernsey. As the name suggests, it is a small church. The special thing about it is that it is built with shells, stones and shards.

Saint Peter Port

Guernsey airport is located about three kilometres from the capital Saint Peter Port. This is the capital of the island with its less than 20,000 inhabitants. A picturesque town with winding streets (almost too narrow for cars), colourful markets and authentic shops. Absolutely worth a visit. So, what are you waiting for? Book your holiday now on or with your travel consultant.

Channel Islands: island hopping

During your holiday on Guernsey, you can easily island hop between other Channel Islands. Which we highly recommend, by the way. They all have their own characteristic and controversial elements that are worth discovering. Jersey, for example, is much more global than the atmospheric Guernsey. Herm, on the other hand, is an oasis of peace, with only one hotel, one pub and two shops. On this smallest of the Channel Islands, you will not find public transport or bicycles. The hilly Sark is perhaps the most picturesque of all the Channel Islands and a paradise for the keen walker. All the Channel Islands are relatively small - you can really explore them - yet versatile. You can go island-hopping on your own, but at you can book combination trips. Then everything is arranged for you, from breakfast to overnight stay.

Tips and tricks for the Channel Islands

Nice to know before you leave:

  • The islands of Guernsey and Jersey have their own means of payment: the Guernsey Pound and the Jersey Pound. Fortunately, you can also pay with the British Pound.

  • Follow in the footsteps of Victor Hugo and visit the house (Hauteville House) where he wrote his bestseller Les Misérables.

  • On Guernsey stands a very special little chapel: the Little Chapel from 1914 is made of shells and porcelain shards.

  • Visit the Bluebell Woods in spring and enjoy a carpet of blue flowers under flowering treetops. Also a wonderful place to walk all year round!