Diving in Guernsey?
Guernsey is part of the southernmost group of islands that make up the British Isles. They sit in the Bay of St Malo, less than 30 miles from the French coast.
The Channel Islands enjoy more sunshine hours each year than the UK. As a result, a variety of plants and flowers thrive in our parks and gardens that may not survive the harsh winters in Britain.
With its milder climate, islanders make the most of the outdoors and, with beautiful beaches and cliff paths, island-hopping to its neighbouring islands and eating ‘al fresco’ during the summer months.
The island has a sporting heritage that punches above its weight with World Champion racing drivers, top-ranked tennis players and athletes and even gold-medal winning Olympians among its residents. Guernsey boasts a range of good sporting facilities and a programme of events that can be enjoyed by residents and visitors throughout the year, from taking part in the Guernsey Marathon to cheering on the local rugby and football teams.
Useful links for things in Guernsey
- Tasty Walks – A series of 15 self-guided walks which make the most of the very best the island has to offer
La Collinette Hotel
We use the Collinette Hotel swimming pool for many of our dive course pool sessions, and we have a great relationship with them.
The Collinette Hotel is the perfect place to base yourself for a dive holiday in Guernsey. It is not just the facilities available,but it’s situation and of course- it’s friendly staff.