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Guernsey and the Bella Luce have so much to offer, whatever time of year you visit us; from fantastic food and drink through to island hopping adventures, wildlife watching, fascinating historical sites and artisan producers.  Experience Guernsey like a local with us.


Walking Holidays on Guernsey

Guernsey makes a wonderful destination for a walking holiday, and the Bella Luce the perfect base. Find out more about the variety of options available to walkers visiting Guernsey, from short strolls to coast path circumnavigations, and how we can help with organising your visit, here.

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Saumarez Nature Trail and Fort Hommet Nature Reserve Circular Walk

This circular walk is perfect for peak autumn, taking in some of Guernsey's most beautiful and colourful woodlands as well as a stretch of the island's west coast.

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Walk Around Herm

Herm is one of Guernsey's sister islands to the east, just a twenty minute ferry journey from St Peter Port. At a mile-and-a-half long and less than half a mile wide it is the perfect destination for a day trip and visitors can easily walk a circuit around Herm, which has a lovely variety of landscapes for such a small island.

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Walk to Le Gouffre Along the South Coast Cliffs

The coastal footpath that winds its way along Guernsey’s rugged south coast offers fantastic views and some bracing walking over the winter months. This day walk starts from the Bella Luce and takes in much of the central south coast, including Petit Bot Bay and the beautiful vista from La Moye Point before finishing at the cafe and restaurant at Le Gouffre.

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Walking the Coves and Cliffs of the South Coast

A day walk of moderate difficulty that starts in town and follows the coast path along the south coast past beautiful coves, through dappled woodland (many of which are carpeted in bluebells in late spring) and across rugged cliffs before finishing at the Bella Luce.

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Walk Around Lihou Island

Lihou is a small island off the west coast of Guernsey linked by a tidal causeway, and constitutes the western-most point of the “inhabited” Channel Islands. Designated a RAMSAR wetland conservation site in 2006, the walk over to and around Lihou Island may be relatively short however the unique location and abundance of marine flora and fauna as well as the number of seabirds that can be spotted here make it a very worthwhile and enjoyable place to visit.

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Pleinmont Headland Circular Walk

This circular walk around Pleinmont Headland is a great option for a relaxed but feature-filled stroll on a clear day, particularly if you’re only visiting us for a short break and are trying to see as much of Guernsey as possible in a limited time, without rushing yourself.

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