Guernsey Jersey Ferry
Guernsey is a British Crown Dependency in the English Channel approximately 30 miles off of France's Normandy coastline. Guernsey offers a fantastic mix of British and French cultures coupled with excellent weather conditions such as mild winters and warm summers.
To say the least Guernsey, has it all; the best of contemporary living with bistro dining and lively pubs to exquisite up market and high street shopping, along with miles of sandy beaches, breathtaking sceneries, amazing walks and purely breathtaking floral displays all around the island.
For the more enthusiastic visitor, there are also activities such as surfing, scuba diving, cycling and horse riding. Guernsey's ferry terminal is located in St. Peter's port which is easily accessible from any part of the island.
The Jersey ferry port is located in St. Helier, the island's charming and picturesque capital. Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands at nine miles by five, and is home to over fifty miles of gorgeous coastline with sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs. St. Helier also houses some fantastic VAT-free shopping, as well as some fascinating museums detailing the varied history of Jersey and a stunning waterfront, complete with a yacht-filled marina.
Each year Jersey and it's enchanting mix of the UK and continental Europe, attracts many thousands of visitors, especially during the summer months, thanks to the excellent combination of stunning scenery, friendly atmosphere and beautiful beaches where one can indulge in a number of activities such as surfing or scuba-diving, or simply relax and unwind.
06 May 2019Guernsey to Jersey By Ferry
First time using this ferry service. Very impressed by the smooth ride and onboard facilities.
Review by Ghb
05 Jul 2018Yet another comfortable sea trip
On our ferry ride from Guernsey to Jersey we found some great padded seats not far from the bar, and with a good outside view. Condor's onboard facilities are fine and bar staff friendly.
Review by JEAN