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1. Hauteville House

During his exile from France, Victor Hugo, author of Les Misérables and the Hunchback of Notre-Dame lived here. The house and gardens are now a museum to his life and works.

where to park?

Street parking is available outside or within walking distance.

2. Castle Cornet

This ancient fortress was originally built in the 13th Century to defend the island from attack and invasion by French forces. Since then it has had a colourful history and seen many renovations. It is now home to various military and maritime museums and well worth a visit.

where to park?

Street parking is available locally; just check restrictions such as resident parking before leaving your hire car or you might receive a ticket.

3. German Occupation Museum

During WW2, Guernsey was occupied by German forces for five years and this has led to the island becoming home to several fascinating military museums which should keep any history buff entertained for days.

where to park?

Parking is available within walking distance of the museum entrance.

4. German Underground Hospital

This eerie underground hospital was dug, and built by slaves under German instruction during the war. It is the largest construction in the Channel Islands and well preserved to give visitors a feel for what it was like when it was in operation.

where to park?

Street parking is available within walking distance of the museum.

5. Fermain Beach Café

Take the car rental for an early afternoon spin along the coast and then call in here - there's no better place to go for a stroll and have some lunch than at this beachside café. Overlooking the cliff-framed bay, you can watch the sunset, the boats sail along and the world go by. Bliss.

where to park?

Free parking is available within walking distance.

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