Like the Venus Pool on Little Sark, the Adonis Pool is a mid-tide deep rock pool. However it is much more difficult to access than Venus.
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Venus pool is a tidal pool protected from the elements by granite cliffs. Completely covered by the sea at high tide, at low tide a circular pool originally some eighteen Read more [...]
Saumarez Park is the largest public park on the island of Guernsey. It contains various facilities, including a cafe, a large children’s playground, large open grass lawns and a duck Read more [...]
Fort Hommet is a fortification on Vazon Bay headland, built on the site of fortifications that date back to 1680, and consists of a Martello tower from 1804, later additions Read more [...]
The Seigneur of Sark is the head of Sark in the Channel Islands. “Seigneur” is the French word for “lord”. La Seigneurie is the home of the Seigneur. The formal Read more [...]
Castle Cornet is an island castle in Guernsey, also known as Cornet Rock or Castle Rock. A former tidal island which has been one of the harbour breakwaters of St Read more [...]
Herm is an island that forms part of the Channel Islands. Herm is the smallest island that allows day trippers. It’s only one and a half miles long and about Read more [...]
Jerbourg Point does not have a beach but does provide magnificent views of the other islands. There is a easy walk around the headland that loops back around to Doyle Read more [...]
Sark is the smallest of the Channel Islands, and, despite being Crown Property, is ruled by a Seigneur (feudal lord of manor). It is a mere 3 miles long and Read more [...]
About 1722, the owners of ships passing certain dangerous “Rocks called the Casketts” off Alderney in the Channel Islands, applied to Thomas Le Cocq, the proprietor of the Rocks, to Read more [...]
Alderney Lighthouse was built in 1912 in order to act as a guide to passing shipping and to warn vessels of the treacherous waters around the Isle. It is sited Read more [...]
The Hanois Lighthouse rises from a reef on the south west side of the Island of Guernsey, and takes its name from the group of rocks – Les Hanois.