As well as Guernsey, the second largest of the Channel Islands, The Bailiwick is made up of a group of islands that also include Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, Brecqhou and Lihou among others.
Is the most northerly of the Channel Islands and has a population of around 2,000. It is one-and-a-half miles wide and three-and-a-half miles long. The island has a varied history and, like all of the Channel Islands, has stunning scenery, beaches and and a plethora of fauna and flora at every turn. It has its own harbour and airport.
Where cars are banned, is a chance to step back in time and benefits from one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. The sedate pace of everyday life is a welcome relief and the range of accommodation and quality restaurants make this the perfect weekend break. Sark is three miles long and a mile-and-a-half wide.
Where cars and bicycles are banned, is just a 20-minute ferry ride away from Guernsey and is one-and-a-half miles long and less than half a mile wide. It is the perfect place to get away from it all, where relaxation and tranquillity make it a perfect retreat and a popular haunt for yachtsmen.