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The Weather in Guernsey
Check out the climate diagram for Guernsey. July is the warmest month in Guernsey, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 5° in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Holiday lettings in Guernsey - A home away from home
Holiday lettings on Guernsey give you the opportunity to explore and enjoy this beautiful little island in the English Channel. Known for its sandy white beaches and its mild climate, Guernsey is a great place for relaxation and calm. The island is also a full of history, from ancient times to its strategic role in the Second World War. Holiday lettings vary from modern apartments and houses with access to a pool to country cottages surrounded by fields, all of which are never far from a beach.
What to expect from the weather
The climate in Guernsey is famously mild, and it is amongst the sunniest places in the British Isles. The summer period is known to be particularly dry and sunny, with temperatures reaching up to 25 degrees celsius. February is the coldest month, with temperatures reaching around 6 degrees on average.
Places to go around Guernsey
You may enjoy an island-hopping trip to the four other smaller islands, Alderney, Herm, Sark and Lihou, which constitute the Bailiwick of Guernsey. All of these islands are within an hour's boat trip from the main island and have attractions and special events of their own which make them equally as exciting as Guernsey itself.
Beaches, bays and battles - The sights of Guernsey
This Martello Tower was built in 1804 and is now home to Guernsey's shipwreck museum. The museum is home to recovered artefacts from shipwrecks dating between 1777 to 2003 and visitors are told each of their gripping stories.
This impressive island castle is home to five museums and four period gardens,with panoramic views across the sea. Daily tours guide you through the museums, which focus on the history of the castle and of the militia of the island.
This beautiful manor house, parts of which date back to the beginning of the 13th Century, is now a popular wedding venue. The house has been well-preserved to demonstrate its long and changing history. The gardens are equally as inviting and for a real thrill you could also try a ghost tour,
This pebbly bay can be accessed by a pleasant walk from St Peter Port along the cliff path and once there you can enjoy the crystal clear waters of this beach haven. Fermain Beach Cafe is the perfect stop-off point.
This golden sandy beach has been named as one of the 20 best in Britain. Between April and September there is a cafe selling food, ice cream, toys and postcards, making it a particuarly family-friendly beach.
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