A Ramsar Ramble:
Walk across a tidal causeway to Lihou Island, unspoilt, wild, and steeped in history. See some of Guernsey’s protected and specialised habitats, ancient burial chamber and German trenches before crossing the seabed on a tidal causeway to the most westerly of the Channel Islands.
A Stitch in Time:
Walk throughout the streets steps and alleyways of St Peter Port before going to visit the amazing Guernsey Tapestry.
A Walk On The South Side:
A gentle walk around St Sampsons Harbour, an ancient parish churchyard, and the setting for the Victor Hugo novel “Toilers Of The Sea”.
Discover Lihou Island:
Walk across a tidal causeway to Lihou Island, unspoilt, wild, and steeped in history.
Evacuation, Occupation, Liberation & Potato Peel Pie:
Walk through the fascinating streets of St Peter Port, hear about our Second World War history and lots more.
Guided walk of St Peter Port:
Pass near to where Victor Hugo wrote Les Miserables, See where the Germans were shopping in the Potato Peel Pie book, Explore our fascinating streets and hear about our rich history.
In Victor Hugos Footsteps:
An walk through St Peter Port looking walking the same streets and alleyways that inspired Victor Hugo. Find out more about the man who completed Les Miserables during his 15 year exile in Guernsey, see where it was written. Available during walking festivals and for private parties on request.
A circular country ramble through ancient lanes, farms, and tracks.
Toilers of the Sea and High Earl Grey Tea:
A walk around the Pleinmont headland with a gold accredited guide, see Victor Hugo’s haunted house. To include entry to Fort Grey and special access to the roof top views. Tea and Guernsey gache included. Chance to see the Roman wreck.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society:
A walking tour of St Peter Port inspired by the book ‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’.
Visit the recently restored Victoria Tower and enjoy the extensive views from the top.