The Channel Islands

Beata Moore explores the rich heritage of British and French influences and the surprisingly varied landscapes of the Channel Islands. From Jersey, an island of opposites, where cosmopolitan city life sits easily with lazy beach holidays to the proudly different Bailiwick of Guernsey, where agriculture remains a bigger part of the island economy, and the islands of Alderney and car-free Sark and Herm. From bustling harbour towns, remote cliff paths, beautiful beaches and rural interiors, Beata Moore captures the diversity and uniqueness of this much-loved archipelago.