Guernsey Photos

(Guernsey, Channel Islands, British Isles)

View of St. Peter Port harbour
The small town of St. Peter Port is the capital of Guernsey and also the island's main port, which is situated on the east coast.

Guernsey's Castle Cornet view
Originally a tidal island fortress, the Castle Cornet dates back to the early 13th century. Points of interest include three museums, gun firing displays, gift shop and attractive gardens.

Another view of Castle Cornet
Another picture of Castle Cornet.

Photo of the Guernsey's Cobo Bay
The sandy beach at Cobo Bay is situated on the west coast of Guernsey and is extremely popular during the summer months.

Picture of the Liberation Monument on Guernsey
The Liberation Monument features a blue granite obelisk and commemorates the island's freedom in 1945 after the German occupation in WWII.

Photo of Victor Hugo statue, Guernsey
The statue of Victor Hugo acknowledges the time the French poet and playwright lived in exile on Guernsey at Hautville House.

Photo of Guernsey's Victoria Tower
This well-known 19th-century St. Peter Port landmark was constructed to commemorate Queen Victoria's visit to the island.

Picturesque view of the Guernsey's Little Chapel
Situated in the grounds of the Blanchelandes Ladies College the Little Chapel is one of the smallest chapels in the world.

Guernsey Photo Gallery: View of Alderney, which is another nearby island
Alderney is the third largest island of the Channel Islands and is also the nearest island to France.

Scenic view of the nearby island of Sark
The enchanting island of Sark is the fourth largest Channel Island. Made up of two parts - Greater Sark and Little Sark, the only modes of transport are bicycle, horse-drawn carriage or walking.

View of the delightful island of Herm
The small island of Herm is only one and a half miles long by half a mile wide and features many sandy beaches.