Landscapes of Guernsey: With Alderney, Sark and Herm: A Countryside Guide
Sunflower guides have been available in Europe for years and they have a dedicated following. Now Hunter is bringing them to the States. In handy pocket-size format, Sunflower guides offer a unique combination of walks and driving tours for the vacationer. Guide includes:
- dozens of unforgettable walks for all ages and abilities, with highly detailed walking maps in full color
- the most rewarding driving tours of the region
- large color fold-out maps
- color photos that show what you will see on every walk and tour
- timetables for buses, trains, ferries
- information on the local foods, customs, wildlife, historic sites
- a free update service on the Web, www.sunflowerbooks.co.uk, will keep you abreast of all changes since publication
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Página 5 - centuries, France repeatedly tried to regain control of what was once theirs — for the islands were (and still are) part of the Duchy of Normandy. The then Duke
Página 8 - Excursions to the other Channel Islands or day trips to France can be made by sea or air; see page 63.