Caravan Holidays in Channel Islands

Discover the Channel Islands on your next caravan holiday

Just off the coast of France, the Channel Islands are a world of their own, bursting with exquisite coastline, stunning sandy beaches and beautiful countryside. Immersed in history with plenty of outdoor activities and picturesque towns you won’t be short of things to do. Get outside and explore or relax and unwind, the choice is yours. All individual in their character, the Channel Islands are a unique and unforgettable destination for your next caravan holiday. 

Guernsey

Visit the capital, St Peter Port, with its cobbled streets and a picturesque marina. Explore museums, art galleries, historic gardens and castles or relax browsing boutique shops and enjoy coffee and cake in a quaint café. Further afield you will find beautiful scenery from stunning beaches and coastline to rgeous countryside. Enjoy outdoor activities on a caravan holiday to Guernsey with everything from walking and cycling to rock climbing and scuba diving. The island is also perfect for bird watching and exploring history as it is brimming with unique heritage sites to explore.

Sark

Take a step back in time on the tranquil island of Sark. With no cars allowed, you can explore the island on foot or by bike or enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride. Enjoy the spectacular landscapes that Sark has to offer with activities such as fishing, diving and sailing or exploring caves and rock pools. Officially a ‘dark sky’ island star-gazing is a popular activity after night falls. With restaurants serving delicious local food and a unique way of life, a visit to Sark on your next caravan holiday will be unforgettable.

Jersey

Enjoy an action-packed adventure or relax and unwind, there are plenty of options on a caravan holiday to Jersey. Great for those who love the outdoors, you can choose from a range of activities like cycling, wind surfing, rock climbing, kayaking or sailing. Miles of golden sand and gorgeous bays mean a family day at the beach is a must. There are also plenty of historical sites to visit across the island, including the Jersey War Tunnels and unique castles. With its own National Park and picturesque towns to enjoy, don’t forget to bring your camera.