Channel Islands

The Channel Islands are made up of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and Herm (the main islands).

The islands are not part of the United Kingdom or European Union, but rather are possessions of the British Crown with independent administrations. Their inhabitants are British citizens. The total population is about 160,000, of whom the overwhelming majority is made up of native islanders of Norman French and British extraction. There are also groups of European Union citizens, with a prominent community from Portugal. The Channel Islands are where British and French Influences meet and where an unexpected stunning mix of scenery, rich heritage and varied lifestyles are waiting to be discovered.

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