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Walking tours / bespoke tours / country tours to include food tastings of local Guernsey produce
Locally born, Nicola is keen to share Guernsey’s natural beauty, heritage and traditions and enjoys focussing on the social and economic aspects of her native island’s fascinating history. Nicola also a foodie and loves offering visitors and locals alike the opportunity to join her on a locally produced food and drink tasting tour.
Nicola currently offers the following tours, but please feel free to contact her for any specific requests or bespoke walks, which she would be more than happy to assist with.
Vraic, Wrecks and Ruins
Starting at L’Eree beach, we will walk up to the headland, along the coastal shingle bank to Le Trepied dolmen and return back to L’Eree through the tranquil lanes of St. Saviours. En route, we will take in the history of Guernsey’s vraic industry, the German Occupation, Neolithic burial chambers, folklore and shipwrecks.
Germans, Goats and Gilliat
Starting at Pleinmont bus stop, we enjoy a ramble around Pleinmont headland, returning back down at the coast. En route we will explore footprints of the Occupation, explore German fortifications, hear anecdotes of colourful local characters and introduce Victor Hugo’s reclusive Gilliatt.
Food in the Forest
Starting at the Guernsey Hamper Company, we will take a leisurely stroll around the beautiful country lanes of the Forest parish, taking in some legendary hedge veg stalls, hearing anecdotes of social history of days gone by, before enjoying a tasting of fabulous locally produced food and drink back at the Guernsey Hamper.