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More About the Channel Islands

The Channel Islands have been inhabited for over 5,000 years and have a long and colourful history. During WWII they were occupied and retain many military structures, both from this period and from the time of the Napoleonic Wars. They count their independence of any ties to France from the year 1204.

Today, the Islands' Head of State is the Queen of United Kingdom who is represented in the Islands by her Lieutenant-Governors. Her role derives from Her status as the successor to the now-defunct Dukedom of Normandy (the Islanders' version of the Loyal Toast, is "The Queen, our Duke").

The Islands laws are a mixture of local legislation, customary law, Acts of the UK Parliament which have been extended to the Islands and some European Union Law in respect of the free movement of people and of goods. The Islands have their own tax systems, currencies, banknotes, and individual Parliaments.

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The five primary islands are Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Herm and Sark, all of which are geared toward the tourist market and offer an abundance of hotels, restaurants, guest houses, etc..

Jersey Island

The largest of the Channel Islands in the English Channel. It was annexed by the Normans in 933, and French influence has persisted since autonomy was granted in 1204.

The island is largely a plateau mantled with loess, with deeply incised valleys sloping from north to south. Picturesque cliffs reaching 485 feet (148 metres) in height line the northern coast; elsewhere, rocky headlands enclose sandy bays bordered by infilled lagoons.

Coasts are reef-strewn, but a breakwater in St. Aubin’s Bay protects St. Helier harbour from southwest gales. Blown sand forms dunes at the northern and southern ends of St. Ouen’s Bay on the western coast. The climate is less maritime and more sunny than Guernsey’s.

Guernsey Island

A heady 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 island’s beautiful beaches, Guernsey has it all.

Guernsey is part of the southernmost archipelago in the British Isles sitting in the Bay of St Malo, a little less than 30 miles from the French coast. As a result Guernsey has a milder climate then the UK and enjoys more sunshine hours each year. This allows for an outdoor-based lifestyle that makes maximum use of the natural surroundings. It also means that a number of plants and flowers, that couldn’t survive in Britain, are able to thrive in Guernsey. The Island rarely sees frost and snow is somewhat of a rarity.

St Peter Port, the island’s capital, is a bustling harbour town, a tapestry of architectural styles that tell the story of the region’s changing fortunes. Here bistros, restaurants and boutiques jostle for your attention, while in the harbour ferries are readied to take you to the sister islands.

Ask anyone who’s been there, Guernsey is a special place, a thriving community that welcomes its visitors with open arms and leaves a lasting impression on all who set foot on her soil.

Alderney Island

Alderney, the third largest of the Channel Islands invites you to travel to and discover one of the few unspoiled, peaceful, natural and totally relaxing British Isles.

Imagine a little island - just one and a half miles wide and three and a half miles long with just over two thousand friendly and welcoming inhabitants. Like Guernsey and Jersey, the island enjoys a mild climate and independence, with its own government and a fledgling off-shore finance and E-commerce sector.

Despite its closeness to mainland France (8 miles), Guernsey (23 miles), Jersey (30 miles) and the Isle of Wight (60 miles), Alderney has managed to avoid mainstream tourism. Remote, yet well-connected with direct scheduled air links from the UK, Alderney has its own airport and harbour.

Visit Alderney and you will discover an oasis with an ancient and varied history, an abundance of flora and fauna, beautiful beaches, an enviable lifestyle with that unique, contagious phenomenon known as "the Alderney Feeling".

Herm Island

Herm Island is 3 miles from the coast of Guernsey and measures just a mile and a half long and half a mile wide. Herm is the perfect place to stay for a truly relaxing island holiday and is ideal for families and anyone wanting to "get away from it all". Once on our paradise island enjoy our beautiful unspoilt beaches and safe, clean pollution-free environment. There are no cars, no crowds and definitely no stress.

You can visit Herm for the day or, better still, choose to stay on the Island where we can offer a variety of accommodation designed to suit all tastes. You could opt to stay in one of our comfortable self catering cottages, allowing you to sample island life while still giving you the freedom to come and go as you please. You could choose to be pampered at The White House Hotel, the only hotel on the Island, where there are no telephones, televisions or clocks.

Sark Island

Sark is the smallest of the four main Channel Islands, located some 80 miles off the south coast of England.

Whilst only three miles long, and a mile and a half wide, it boasts 40 miles of what must be one of the most picturesque coastlines anywhere in the world.

There are no cars, giving Sark an enchantment which is quite unique. Sark's spell draws visitors back for their holidays, year after year.

The Channel Islands

The Channel Islands are off the coast of Normandy, France, in the English Channel.

The main islands are Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark, and there are several smaller islands, including Herm, Jethou, and Lithou.

All the islands are dependencies of the British crown and the inhabitants have historically been mostly of Norman descent, but on Alderney the stock is mainly English. In recent years many Britons have moved here, attracted by the favorable tax rates and the pleasant island atmosphere.

Both French and English are spoken and a Norman patois and Norman customs are still maintained by many of the natives.

The islands are divided into two administrative bailiwicks, one of which, Jersey, has more than half the total population. The other, Guernsey, includes all the islands except Jersey.

The monarch of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, represented by a lieutenant governor in each bailiwick, is the head of state.

Jersey and Guernsey islands are serviced from the England and France mainland by regular scheduled car and passenger ferries operated by Condor Ferries.

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