St. Peter Port is the principal town on Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands.
Cobbled lanes reveal boutiques and galleries, as well as the more usual high street shopping.
Cafes and Brasseries spill out onto pedestrianised alleys.
There’s even a spot to rest your feet and have a good read.
The picturesque harbour is guarded by the imposing hulk of Castle Cornet, which is reflected in the still water of a Victorian boating pond.
The Castle is well worth a visit, and I will do a post about it soon. But the town itself demands equal attention, a delightful place to hang out for a lazy day or two of meandering exploration. We will be back.
This is a location which I see quiet frequently and have just added to my ever growing bucket list – the castle seems very like Naples
Very nice . . . our retirement plans always included traveling, and if life doesn’t screw them up, perhaps someday I’ll see this first hand.
I love these marvelous night shots you’ve been doing lately!
Just terrific Rachael.. you bring the place to life for us..