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HOW TO FIND US

Les Maingys Activity Centre is nestled in the rural Northwest of the Island of Guernsey which is situated 50 kilometres (31 miles) West of France’s Normandy coast and 120 kilometres (75 miles) South of England, lying in the Gulf of St Malo. The centre is accessed from a road called ‘Rue Mainguy’ and is a short 10 minute drive from the capital town of St. Peter Port. On our doorstep are some of Guernsey’s best beaches which can be reached easily on foot in minutes.

GETTING TO GUERNSEY

Getting here couldn’t be much easier if we were directly on your doorstep

By Air

Flights to Guernsey are available from London Gatwick, Stansted, London City, Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter, Manchester, Southampton, Isle of Man and East Midlands as well as some major Continental European airports. A regular schedule of inter-island flights also operates between Guernsey, Alderney and Jersey.

Aurigny Air Services
Tel: +44 (0)1481 822886
www.aurigny.com

Flybe
Tel: 0871 7002000
www.flybe.com

Blue Islands
Tel: 0845 6202122
www.blueislands.com

By Sea

High speed regular direct catamaran services to Guernsey run from Jersey, Poole, Weymouth and St Malo. You can leave your car at the port and travel in comfort as a foot passenger. If visiting with your own yacht, why not moor it in St Peter Port Marina and treat your family to a few days comfort on Herm.

Condor Ferries
Tel: 0845 6091024
www.condorferries.co.uk

Some images courtesy of VisitGuernsey

SO, WHAT IS GUERNSEY?

Guernsey is a small but beautiful Island in the English Channel which is a Crown dependancy of the British Isles.

Officially, The Bailiwick of Guernsey consisting of a group of Islands (including Herm, Sark and Alderney) has it’s own Government and legal system. You can travel between Guernsey and the UK without the need of a passport but visitors from France or further afield will need to meet the same entry requirements as you would for visiting the UK. As we are one of the Southern most points of the British Isles we enjoy a warm temperate climate and plenty of sunshine in the summer months.