Spring In Guernsey
Guernsey is a great place to live and explore this time of year, some might say that Spring is the best time of year to explore the island. Spring is the time when the local attractions, museums and hotels reopen their doors to the locals and tourists visiting the island. Guernsey awakens from its winter hibernation and now is the perfect time to explore what the island has to offer.
Without further ado, here are some great things to do in Guernsey this springtime:
Visit Cobo Bay
Guernsey offers as many as 27 beaches stretching around the island for you to choose from. Cobo bay located in the north of the island is one of Guernseys treasured beaches with its white sandy beaches and clear waters, it’s no surprise that this is one of the most popular beaches on the island. If you stay here long enough, you might be lucky enough to experience the amazing sunset!
From the 30th March to the 10th May Guernsey holds its Heritage Festival where every year they have a different theme of Guernsey's past. This year you can experience the German Occupation and Liberation of the Bailiwick during WW2, bring the past events to life. This event only takes place once a year and certainly is not one to miss. If you are looking to visit the Heritage festival before the 10th May, visit the ‘Visit Guernsey’ website for more information HERE>
If a stunning Spring walk was what you’re after Guernsey offers many walking trails to explore. This time of year you will want to explore Spring in all its glory, if you visit St Peter Port in southern Guernsey you must visit Bluebell Woods. True to its name, if you visit Bluebell Woods in Springtime you will see that the woodland's floor become filled with bluebells. This walking trail leads onto the cliff paths and you can get some amazing views of the south-east of the island.
Enjoy water activities
Because Guernsey is an island it won't be a surprise that it offers an array of water activities to enjoy during Spring and summer. You can go swimming, kayaking, canoeing and coasteering. If you live in Guernsey you could even join the Alderney sailing club that caters for a wide range of sailing interests. If water activities are not your thing, then you can enjoy the clear waters on one of the islands 27 beaches, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
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