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Explore Sark by horse & carriage

A 50-minute boat ride from Guernsey, Sark is the crown jewel of the Channel Islands, with a population of around 500 people. Cars are prohibited so a horse-drawn carriage is the best way to see all this beautiful spot has to offer. Accompanied by Philip Perrée, one of Sark’s best known characters and most knowledgeable tour guides, your experience is yours for the making.  

Marvel at the island’s unspoilt landscape and charming unpaved roads, explore the island museum, and cross over the famous La Coupee to Little Sark, where you might stop for some lunch or afternoon tea.

Price: £180 per five-seater carriage for a full day tour  


Join Guernsey Silver-Accredited Guide, Dave Bartram for ‘A Walk on the Art Side’ of St Peter Port. You will meet at town Church and walk through the old quarter to visit a number of local art galleries. You will learn about the history of the area, focusing particularly on local and visiting artists, as well as seeing the places that have inspired them. You will then have an opportunity to spend time enjoying the art on display as well as meeting the gallery owners and directors as well as artists.

This experience is available from Monday to Friday for groups of up to 12 people, and lasts between 2 to 3 hours depending on the number of galleries available to visit.

Prices: £60 per person for a 2-hour tour; £90 per person for a 3-hour tour.

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