Guernsey is just one of the islands within the Bailiwick of Guernsey. Much closer in location to mainland France than to the UK, of which it is a Crown Dependency, Guernsey sits just off of Normandy. Guernsey plays host to dozens of breaks, mostly clustered around the north and west of the island. Its better spots light up on many of the big north and northwest swells that hit the Basque coast between Spain and France. The islandĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s best season tends to be the September through to March, like much of Western Europe, when a constant stream of swell works its way across the Atlantic. In addition to its endless stretch of beaches, Guernsey is home to a unique, homegrown European island culture, which will make for an interesting cultural experience. Being part of Europe and more specifically, a dependency of Britain, means GuernseyĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s beaches and related travel are well documented on the web. A little homework will go a long way in helping you plan a perfect trip.
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