The largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands is also one of the warmest spots on the British Isles with numerous beaches to make the most of the fine weather. The War Tunnels tell the fascinating story of the island's occupation during WWII and the Durrell Wildlife Park is rightly famous for its conservation work and exotic animals. The cuisine on the island is a real highlight.

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