The northernmost of the inhabited Channel Islands, Alderney is a spectacular remote island and a well-kept secret between those who have come to know and love it. Steeped in natural beauty and fascinating history, here you can truly escape and enjoy some quality time in the great outdoors.
Only three miles long and one and a half wide, Alderney has a whole lot of character for an island this small. From its glorious stretches of white-gold beaches to the quaint independent shops in the town centre, this is a place where time moves a little bit slower and where you’re invited to revel in the simple pleasures of life.
Let your imagination run wild as you explore the untouched historical forts and spend an afternoon kayaking around the island before a beach barbecue of freshly caught lobster back on shore. From roasting marshmallows on the beach and cycling along the seaside to boarding private tug boat rides to France, here you can submerge yourself in all that island life has to offer.