Getting to Guernsey

Escape to the idyllic island of Guernsey and experience the ultimate glamping adventure.


A hidden gem in the British Isles, less than an hour from the UK. Nestled in a secluded and peaceful location, surrounded by lush greenery and breathtaking views over nearby bays, this sanctuary offers the perfect escape for those looking to unwind and reconnect with nature. 


There are various ways to travel to our beautiful Island, read on to find out more. 




Aurigny is owned by the States of Guernsey and offers flights to destinations across the UK and in Europe.

Routes from: Isle of Man, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Birmingham, East Midlands, London Stansted, London Gatwick, London Stansted, Bristol, Southampton, Exeter, Alderney and Grenoble. 

Aurigny Air Services
T: +44 (0) 1481 267267

Blue Islands

Blue Islands is an independently owned and operated regional airline with its heart in the Channel Islands.

Routes from: Jersey, Southampton, Birmingham, Exeter, Glasgow, Newcastle, Bristol, Norwich, Dublin, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Rennes.

Blue Islands
T: 01234 589 200


Condor Ferries


Getting to Guernsey is easy onboard the high-speed ferry, Condor Liberation, which sails from Poole port in 3 hours. Or, travel onboard the conventional ferry Commodore Clipper, from Portsmouth port taking around 7 hours.

If you’re visiting from France, the St Malo to Guernsey crossing on Condor Voyager gets you there in 1 hour and 55 minutes, or the Cherbourg to Guernsey crossing takes 1 hour and 45 minutes. Alternatively, you can travel indirectly through Jersey which takes around 3 hours 20 minutes. 

Condor Ferries

T: +44 345 609 1024

Manche Iles Express


Manche Iles Express operates ferry crossings between the Channel Islands, in the English Channel, and the Normandy region of France, as well as frequent inter island sailings.

Routes to Guernsey include:
Dielette, Barneville-Carteret, Granville and Jersey

Manche Iles Express

T: +44 (0) 1481 701 316

Directions to Camp de Rêves

By car from the airport

As you come out of the Airport turn right and stay on the main road. On the way you will pass through a small village where you will see Morrisons on your right and later the Longfrie Hotel on your left, continue on main road heading for L’Eree Bay.

Five minutes later you will come to a sharp right hand bend and directly after a large cream square concrete structure (WWII ammunition store) on your right and a zebra crossing straight ahead. Just before the zebra crossing there is a lane (Rue de la Houguette) on your left, turn into this lane, at the end of which is the Glampsite. (If you pass a school on your right you have gone 10 meters too far and have just missed the turn off into the lane).

By car from the ferry

The ferries will arrive into St Peter Port Harbour. If driving take the first left at the roundabout when leaving the pier. Drive straight through St Peter Port town with the boat marina’s on your left and go up a winding hill called Val des Terres, at the top turn left until you reach the traffic lights then turn right to St Martin’s village.
A minute or two later at the filter turn left and stay on this road following the directions for the Airport. Continue to stay on the same main road driving past the Airport on your right and then follow the instructions above for arrival by plane.

By bus

There are buses from St Peter Port Bus Terminus, a ten minute walk from the ferry terminal, and from directly outside the Airport terminal.

Please refer to our Guernsey Buses Guide for routes and further info. Also an easy method to use is Google Maps, ‘Search’ for your chosen destination, get ‘Directions’ and select by ‘Bus Icon’ which is preset for you here

The buses are heavily subsidised by the States of Guernsey. The fare is £1.25 per person per journey this fare can be further reduced by pre-purchasing journeys. The buses only accept card payments. 

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