Herm is an untouched haven of idyllic white sand beaches, secluded bays, green commons, sand dunes and spectacular cliff walks.
Herm Island is 3 miles from the coast of Guernsey and measures just a mile and a half long and half a mile wide.
It is the perfect place to stay for a truly relaxing Channel Island holiday and is ideal for families and anyone wanting to 'get away from it all'.
Herm’s main village consists of a charming cluster of cottages, restaurants and a traditional pub and gift shops.
Despite its size, there is plenty to see in Herm, such as the tiny 11th century chapel with its beautiful stained glass windows, neolithic tombs, oxen shoeing stocks dating back to the residency of Trappist monks in the 1800s and one of the smallest prisons in the world.
You can visit Herm for the day or, better still, stay on the island where you can choose from a variety of accommodation.