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Les Fouaillages
This historical megalithic site was in use up until about 4000 years ago, with archeologists concluding that some parts were used as a tomb, while others were used as shrines and mortuary houses. 

Les Amarreurs Road Vale, Guernsey,

Clarence Battery
Located on the site of the former Fort George, built in the 1780's, Clarence Battery was an integral part of Guernsey's defensive system up until WWII. Declared Clarence Battery in 1815 after George III's son, many of these 19th century...

Les Terres Point Saint Peter Port, Guernsey,

German Naval Signals H.Q.
The German Naval Signals H.Q. was established in the summer of 1942 during the WWII German occupation of the Channel Islands. With original fittings and recently restored, the German Naval Signals H.Q. is an authentic representation of the...

St. Jacques Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 1SN

Pleinmont Observation Tower
The Pleinmont Observation Tower is a five story naval observation tower used by the German forces during their occupation of Guernsey during WWII. With original and operational fittings, as well as a beautiful view of the sea, you can be...

Le Rue de Chemin le Roi Saint Peter Port, Guernsey,

Sausmarez Manor
The Sausmarez Manor is a historical site, boasting beautiful architecture and gardens. With a range of activity options ranging from ghost tours to exploring the vast grounds, you can rest assured that you will have plenty to do and to see...

Sausmarez Road Saint Martin, Guernsey, GY4 6SG

The Town Church of St Peter Port
The Town Church of St Peter Port is a historical Guernsey site, with a church being in that location since 1048. Recent restoration has left The Town Church looking as good as new, even though it wasn't previously altered since 1466. With...

. Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1

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