At the pier you will board a minibus and be transferred to St. Martin's Point, a spectacular viewpoint overlooking the neighboring islands of Herm and Sark.
Travelling on foot, you will follow the high cliff path to view The Pea Stacks, two huge outcrops of Guernsey granite which guard the beautiful sandy cove of Petit Port. There are 365 steps down to the bay, but fortunately, the path winds around the top, until you gently descend to the next sheltered bay of Moulin Huet.
Arriving at Moulin Huet, you will see the memorial seat which commemorates the visit of the famous painter Auguste Renoir. Renoir spent many hours painting scenes from this very vantage point during the summer of 1883.
Your walk then continues up the hill through tranquil water lanes to The Moulin Huet Pottery, a small local pottery with some distinctive designs. Leaving the pottery, you'll proceed on to The Bella Luce Hotel, where a delicious refreshment of Guernsey Cream Tea will be served in the garden. Following your stop here, the minibus will transfer you back to the pier.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 2 1/2 hours of extensive walking - at times on uneven ground. There are some steps to be negotiated and it is not considered suitable for wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.