The interior of Castle Cornet in Saint Peter Port, Channel Islands
The royal fortress of Castle Cornet has kept the town and harbor of St. Peter Port safe for eight centuries. Explore the historic battlements, and enjoy breath-taking views towards the other islands. Then, wander the four formal gardens recreated in period styles from 17th to 19th centuries.
The Island Archives building in Saint Peter Port, Channel Islands
Walk the halls of the Hauteville House, which was once home to the 19th-century French writer Victor Hugo. From the third-floor lookout, you can see panoramic views of the channel and the architecture of St. Peter Port. The Guernsey Island Archives, one of St. Peter Ports's most distinctive buildings, is right next door.
Stroll the charming cobblestone streets of St. Peter Port's old town up to Candie Gardens. Once the formal gardens of a private home, they're now open for the public to enjoy. The tearoom has lovely views over the town and across to neighbouring islands. You'll also find the Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery here.
St. Peter Port's location in the Channel Islands makes it the perfect place to taste both British and French food. Enjoy a fresh crab sandwich from one of the many beach side stalls, or stop into a chip shop for classic British fish and chips. Head to an upscale restaurant on the pier for higher-end fare like roasted sea bass with lime and ginger or pan-fried brill filet with lemon butter.
Head to the Old Quarter for your share of antique shops and locally crafted goods, including traditional copper milk cans and sweaters made from much-loved Guernsey wool. With many family-run business, no two shops are alike. Or check out High Street, lined with small boutiques, gift shops and larger, well-known stores.
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