About St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands
Picturesque fishing harbors, white sandy beaches, lovely homes, and buckets of sunshine combine to make St. Peter Port a pleasant stopover. See the 11th century parish church of St. Peter, from which the city derives its name. Walk the cliffs that border the island and see the coastline of France, 8 miles away--the area from which Guernsey's early inhabitants migrated.
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This was our 1st stop on our 1st cruise. It was a Sunday, so limited shops open, but it was nice & sunny, very relaxing & very friendly. If you don’t mind walking up a few hills, ur fine!
Loved it here , go on the island bus trip yourself, it’s only a pound and you go right round the island
Visited: May 04, 2018
Good trip to German occupation
Visited: Jun 25, 2017
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