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The first thing that you will notice on arrival is that Guernsey is different. It is different from the rest of the world and even from its neighbour, Jersey. With a slower pace of life you will find that the values and attitudes are more traditional. With the carefree and happy attitude noticeable in Guernsey people it is no surprise that a world-wide survey a few years ago named them as the happiest in the world - .
The island only measures 7 miles by 4 so nowhere is far. Walkers love the rugged coastline and country villages which are scattered around the island. For the less energetic the Guernsey bus services reaches most corners of the island. After a hard day exploring or enjoying the beaches, the food lovers amongst you will love the profusion of good food, especially the seafood.
St Peter Port is steeped in history. In fact, it is the oldest settlement in the Channel Islands, rising steeply above its magnificent harbour, with cobbled streets and granite houses. The traditional feel of St. Peter Port is retained due to the stringent development regulations. Exploring the picturesque streets and lanes and shopping in the abundant high street and local stores is a delight. Anyone who doesn't enjoy shopping can enjoy a coffee (or something stronger) in the choice of quaint bars and restaurants.