Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Channel Islands


Channel Islands -Alderney Holiday Brochure

Explore Alderney, the intimate yet uncrowded Channel Island; a peaceful escape offering natural beauty, intriguing history, rich wildlife, invigorating cycling, walking and more. So close, so different.

Guernsey Holiday Brochure

Explore Guernsey and discover the best the island offers. Perfect for UK weekend breaks, Guernsey combines rich history with stunning scenery and walks.

Jersey Holiday Brochure

Jersey is packed full of places to explore, from breathtaking beaches to dramatic cliff-top paths, from tranquil country lanes to leafy hidden valleys, from award-winning attractions to awe-inspiring castles, from sophisticated restaurants to stylish shopping. Add a mild climate, easy travel by air or sea from the UK and great-value offers, and you've discovered Jersey.

The Channel Islands

Explore a magical world where Britsh and French influences meet and an unexpected mix of stunning scenery, rich heritidge and varied lifestlyes are waiting to be discovered.

Jersey - With its unspoiled landscape and unique blend of British and French influences, Jersey really is a place where you can get away from it all. Relax and enjoy the famed hospitality of its people, and lose yourself in the Island’s winding lanes or on its breathtaking coast.

St Helier  - A busy town and the most populous parish, St Helier is also the Island's capital and main retail centre. While it offers a thoroughly modern shopping experience, you'll find that many of the old French street names survive, and many shop fronts still bear the names of their founders.

Guernsey - Guernsey, the largest of the four islands has amazing festivals with a tendency towards food and flowers and is acquiring something of a new image as a contemporary “lifestyle” led holiday destination. Guernsey’s relationship with the sea is celebrated on an annual basis through an excellent programme of nautical events. From walking or cycling to exploring the island's fascinating heritage and beauty, there is something for everybody. Sandy beaches and cream teas now sit comfortably side by side with contemporary bars and restaurants. Search for the soul of Victor Hugo here - and yours

Alderney - On this island, outdoors is a way of life. Alderney is full of bygone charm with welcoming pubs and restaurants and the perfect beaches for both relaxation and water activities. Feel the history here in a network of historic fortifications and explore the rise and fall of the land, not to mention causeways and the famous blonde hedgehog that made the journey from the UK in a Harrods carrier bag.

Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Channel Islands tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Channel Islands tourist board or similar organisation.