Dating guernsey in

The channel island of Guernsey sits in the Atlantic, a mere 28 miles from Normandy in France and as a result the island not only blossoms with an almost sub-tropical feeling climate, but with the air of romance afforded to an island inhabited by a mix of French and English speakers.

French street names mingle with the very English and there are enough hidden coves, beaches and excellent restaurants to ensure dating here will never be dull.

There’s a lovely atmosphere here – an air that the residents know that they’re on to a good thing and everyone is keen to enjoy life.

Image Source Guernsey is known for its beautiful beaches and heather-lined cliff paths above the sea, if the weather’s nice on your date it would be a crime not to take one of the coastal walks to really get a feel for the island.

The South coast affords the best sunsets and the walk from Icart to Petit Bot is particularly pleasant.

There are 27 beaches to be discovered on Guernsey, but rather than try to get them all in, try the South Coast, again these are among the most picturesque.

Fermain Bay is a pebbled beach accessed by a small footpath, there’s a café which serves up great local produce too!

Image Source The medieval fort which stands guard over the St Peter Port harbour was formally cut off from the island by the sea.

Now the castle is open to visitors who can browse the museum to find out about Guernsey’s past.

There are tours organised most mornings so if your date is into history you could score some brownie points here.

Otherwise the pretty gardens and welcoming vistas are worth a visit alone.

Image Source Locals love getting outdoors in Guernsey, and as a result there is a wealth of opportunity for dare devils and water babies to get involved with on a date.

Getting out on the water is a must and there are many ways to do it too – from fast rib boat tours of the bays or the more meandering boat trips you’ll find something to suit all tastes.

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