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Public Transport To and From Guernsey, and Within Guernsey

10 Jan 2011  by SarniaG
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Some Links to Help You Plan Your Visit To Guernsey

  • Category: Other
  • 1. Guernsey Tourist Information

    You will find accommodation choices, annual events and much more on the Guernsey Information web-site.

    There is a desk at the airport, plus a larger office in St Peter Port, which is the main town. You can find the office on the seafront near the marina, housed in a large grey granite building, adorned with flower boxes and flags.

  • 2. Guernsey Airport Route Information

    Guernsey has a small airport with limited facilities: small shop (newsagent), cafe and fair trade shop, plus atm. Airside, there is a further cafe plus duty free shop.

    The Island has regular flights to most of the major UK airports (with the notable exception of London Heathrow), plus flights to airports within Europe and inter-island flights to Jersey and Alderney.
    Some flights only operate in high season.

  • 3. Condor Ferries

    Condor Ferries operate services between Guernsey and Jersey to Weymouth, Poole and Portsmouth, plus St Malo, Brittany.

    The company has a conventional ferry, plus "fast ferries". All can take foot passengers plus cars.

  • 4. Guernsey Bus

    The local bus service is frequent and reasonably priced: £1 per journey (as of January 2011). An "Ormer Card" can be purchased for frequent travel and this reduces the cost of each journey.

    Bus route 7A will take you all around the Island, and is a cheap and convenient way of seeing the sights.

  • 5. Sark Shipping Company

    There is a year-round ferry service between Guernsey and the beautiful car-free Island of Sark.

    Well worth visiting for a day or longer, the ferry takes approx. 40 minutes and takes foot passengers only, as there are no vehicles apart from farm tractors, horse and carriage and bicycles on the Island.

  • 6. Travel Trident

    Travel Trident is a family-run ferry company that operates between Guernsey and the beautiful Island of Herm.

    The journey takes approx. 20 minutes and the ferry carries foot passengers plus supplies for the island.