ROCQUETTES CIDER FARM
Learn more about Guernsey’s cider heritage by taking a tour of Fauxquets Valley, home of Rocquettes cider. First established in 1999, the family run business have earned a good reputation and are loved for the organic cider they produce. The guided tour will take you on a stroll through the beautiful gardens where you will find 3,000 trees and 1,500 mature orchards as well getting a glimpse of the finest equipment used to make the cider. Finally you will be able to sit back in the gardens and enjoy a refreshing beverage of the best cider in Guernsey.
GUERNSEY FLOWER GARDENS
See the beautiful flowers blossom on our Guernsey flower garden tour. The first visit on this unique tour is the award winning Candie Gardens which is located at the height of St Peter Port. Here you will be able to appreciate stunning views of the Islands Herm and Sark. Take a stroll to the beautiful Victorian gardens where there are statues of Victor Hugo and Queen Victoria. You will have the opportunity to a walk through history in the museum, admire work at the art gallery or grab a bite to eat in the café.
The coach will then take you on a scenic drive en-route to the Victorian Walled Gardens at Sausmarez Park. You will be able to take a tour through the kitchen gardens and view the delicious fruit and vegetables they have to offer. Before the tour comes to an end you will get the opportunity to visit the shop where you will be able to buy produce from the gardens and locally handmade goods.
GERMAN OCCUPATION TOUR
Step back in time and discover more on the German Occupation tour. The first visit is at one of the 43 tunnel sites during the occupation, the Vallette museum. The museum was originally built as a fuel store for U boats during 1940-1945 but is now used to tell the story of the German occupation through intriguing exhibits and fascinating collections.
We will then take you on a scenic drive along the west coast where you will be able to see incredible views of the beaches. This is
en-route to Pleinmont where you will learn more about the history including the observation tower. The tour will then lead on to Vazon bay headland where you will visit Fort Hommet.
The last destination on the tour is the eerie German underground hospital. Originally constructed by slaves during world war two, the German underground hospital is exactly how it was left by the Germans during the occupation. You’ll be able to take a tour of the tunnels, see the grim conditions in the wards as well as viewing exhibits.