Guernsey is just 37 miles away from Jersey, with 2 airlines flying directly from Jersey. The average flight time from Guernsey to Jersey is only 15 minutes, coasting from £74. Guernsey Airport is the largest airport in the Bailiwick of Guernsey and is the only airport on the island of Guernsey. It is located in the Forest, a parish in Guernsey, 3 miles west southwest of St. Peter Port. The new terminal offers state of the art facilities for passengers, including an internet cafe, large duty free shop, as well as good quality catering and bar facilities. The first floor of the building offers spacious waiting areas with fantastic views over the Channel Islands, together with a conference room for business meetings. Guernsey Airport is the gateway to the islands of the Bailiwick and along with Alderney Airport provides access to the Channel Islands of Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm. Both airports have links to key regions in the UK along with Jersey and France. Transportation to and from the airport is accomplished largely by bus and taxi, as there's no rail service to the terminal. Anyone with a car at their disposal will find the island is easily navigated, and Guernsey Airport accommodates drivers with short- and long-term parking options.
Guernsey has a mix of stunning scenery and the best of contemporary living, Guernsey is the perfect destination. Inspiring walks along the cliff paths, rambles through the rural interior or lazy days on the islandís beautiful beaches, Guernsey has it all. St Peter Port, the islandís capital, is a bustling harbour town, a tapestry of architectural styles that tell the story of the regionís changing fortunes. Guernsey is located just off the coast of Normandy in the English Channel. The main shopping area in Guernsey in the town of St Peter Port which has retained many of its traditional features rather than become a covered shopping mall, Guernsey is just 12 miles long with an area of 24.3 sq miles. Guernsey is the sunniest place in the UK. If youíre traveling with children, and even if youíre traveling alone, youíre sure to learn a few new things from your visits to the numerous museums and historical sites. From the Jersey Underground Tunnels, to the Channel Island Military Museum, thereís a wealth of knowledge to collect and absorb. Thereís a national park, Durrell Wildlife Park, and many farms to visit and enjoy. The Living Legend Village is also a wonderful place to visit as well. Entry is fee free with pay per activity participation offered. Itís geared to children but younger children will probably benefit most. Itís a delightful place for family fun.