Alderney is the most northern of the Channel Islands and is also the closest to both England and France. The Island of Alderney is only 3 square miles, making it the ideal day trip from Guernsey. The local 2000 population are often known as Riduians or Lapins due to the number of rabbits found on across the parish of St Annes. As we travel from Guernsey to Alderney, we're transported back in time, where the pub is king and the center of the Riduian local community. The island boasts some of the best restaurants in the Channel Islands. Alderney attracts many history buffs thanks to its WW2 history. The ‘Atlantic Wall’ and the Local Museum is a fantastic introduction to how the war changed the island and its people.
All trips to Alderney include an overnight return trip.
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The Access Challenger offers a range of Guernsey to Alderney trip options. We will require 50% deposit to secure your booking and the remaining balance the day of the trip. To secure your booking email Buz on the website.
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