Getting here

With flight times from as little as 40 minutes or ferry sailings from just 3 hours from the UK, the Islands of Guernsey are closer than you think. Hop on a quick flight or catch a ferry and bring your car, bikes and even the dog.

By Air


You can fly to Guernsey with a number of regional airlines from locations like London Gatwick, Edinburgh, Dublin, Paris, Bristol, Southampton, Birmingham and more. Aurigny, Blue Islands and Loganair are the most common carriers. 

By Sea


Ferries to Guernsey from Poole, Portsmouth, Jersey & France operate year-round, with a range of sailings from as little as 3 hours. An overnight service is also available from the UK. Condor Ferries is the primary operator of boats to Guernsey. 

Arriving at Waves 

Once you’ve docked at the port or stepped out of the airport arrivals hall, your adventure in Guernsey begins. Waves is located on the picturesque west coast of the Island right by Vazon Bay.

Getting around

Travelling around Guernsey is easy by car. 

If you’ve brought your own transport or hired a car, simply pop the address into your Sat Nav or Maps, or follow road signs for Vazon Bay to make your way to Waves. 

Public transport

For those arriving on foot, Guernsey has a network of accessible public transport. Hop on one of the buses bound for Vazon Bay - usually the 91, 92, 42 or 60. The bus stops right outside of Waves.

There is also a regulated, licensed taxi service available. We highly recommend booking your taxi in advance. 

When you arrive at Waves, come into the office and check into your new home away from home. 

You can find out more about getting around Guernsey on the VisitGuernsey website by clicking the button below.