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Camping in the Channel Islands

10 campsites in Channel Islands

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La Valette is one of just two options for simple camping on this wonderful island. Bring your own tent (baggage will be transported for you...

Vaugrat Camping is a neat, well-tended site, close to the beach in the northwest of the island. Owned and well run by the Lainé family...

Situated in the rural centre of the island, Fauxquets is in a pretty sheltered valley, hidden down narrow lanes away from busy roads and run...

Previously known as Daisy Cottage, The Palms is the only campsite in the west of the island. A camping retreat with an associated natural therapies...

Arranged on a series of spacious, grassy meadows, each surrounded by attractive trees, La Bailloterie is a long-established Guernsey campsite run by friendly and welcoming...

This tiny site, and indeed the island of Herm, will certainly appeal to those who are looking for complete tranquillity and calm. Reached by boat...

Beuvelande is a family owned and run campsite, set amongst the ‘Ruettes Tranquilles’ (narrow, tree-lined lanes) of northwest Jersey. There is a warm welcome here...

Family owned and run for over forty years, this attractive park has some wonderful views across the sea to the coast of France. The famous...

The world-renowned Durrell Wildlife Park is a major tourist attraction on Jersey and is home to some of the most threatened species of animal, notably...

‘The island where time stands still’ is an apt description of Sark, one of the smallest inhabited Channel Islands, some 45 minutes from Guernsey by...

Channel Islands

Tucked into the Gulf of St Malo, the Channel Islands are an archipelago with lots to offer campers and caravanners. Described by Victor Hugo as ‘morsels of France fallen into the sea and gathered up by England’, they are a mix of English and French culture and heritage, with both Norman dialects and English being spoken.

Jersey and Guernsey are the main focus for visitors camping in the Channel Islands. Jersey has long, safe beaches that are great for swimming and water based activities, while Guernsey is smaller with sheltered coves and the harbour town of St Peter Port, with its steep cobbled streets.

Smallest of all are Herm and Sark, the former of which is only one and a half miles long and half a mile wide. They’re true getaways for a camping holiday, particularly for anyone looking for a real retreat – tranquil, pretty havens in natural surroundings.

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