Tasty Walks in Guernsey

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  • Dick and James Strawbridge
  • Walking to Belvoir Bay Cafe
  • Guernsey cream tea
  • Map reading on Sark
  • Guernsey goats milk sign

Serving up Tasty Walks in Guernsey

Self-guided walks for those with an appetite for more!

Build up an appetite and then enjoy a well deserved treat by taking part in one of the self-guided Tasty Walks in Guernsey. Part of a series of walks produced by the team at Visit Guernsey, the 15 walks take in the islands spectacular scenery and include an audio guide narrated by TV eco guru and chef, James Strawbridge, a keen advocate of the island’s fantastic food.

Download Guernsey Tasty Walks

Narrated by TV’s James Strawbridge

James and father Dick Strawbridge took part in ITV’s ‘Hungry Sailors’ series where they could be seen cooking up island delights from local ‘hedge veg’ and seafood. Admiring the islands food variety and sustainability, James said:

 ‘Despite its size, Guernsey has incredible variety and you can eat fantastic seafood one night, beautiful local beef another or enjoy the wilder side of the island with a foraging trip. For me fresh ‘hedge veg’ produce and island gastronomy are at the heart of the Guernsey experience.’ (Visit Guernsey)

The Walks

With titles such as ‘Witches, Castles and famous French writers,’ and ‘Secret coves, rugged cliffs and Renoir’s bay’ you can’t fail to be intrigued! Making the most of the island’s natural beauty, you can also learn some of its fascinating history and appreciate what drew Renoir and Victor Hugo to the breathtaking cliffs.

Suitable for walkers of all ages and abilities, the series also encompasses the nearby Bailiwick islands of Herm, Sark and Alderney and are worth planning ahead for. Ask our team for details on island hopping

Most walks take 1 to 2 hours and are graded as ‘easy,’ ‘moderate,’ or ‘difficult,’ although the majority fall into the first two categories. As well as a downloadable audio trail, a walking map, audio transcript and gallery of pictures are all available online.

Video courtesy of Visit Guernsey