Visit Alderney and you will discover an oasis with an ancient and varied history, an abundance of flora and fauna.


Take a ride on the only railway in the Channel Islands or join a tour of the Alderney Lighthouse. Familiarise yourself with the history of the island at the Alderney Museum or simply enjoy observing the wildlife from one of the Alderney Wildlife Trust's bird hides.

Alderney Must Sees

St. Annes

The capital is a community of colour washes houses, cobbled streets and shops and the magnificent ‘Cathedral of the Channel Islands’ at its centre. There are many welcoming pubs and restaurants on the island and there’s even a gauge railway (the only one in the Channel Islands).

Bird Watching

Home to almost 300 species of bird and includes 2% of the world’s gannet population; Beaches – some of the sandiest beaches – Branve and Longis being the most popular.

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