The capital of Guernsey is also one of the most attractive harbours in Europe. On St Peter Port cruises, you’ll discover Castle Cornet, which has watched over the harbour from its hillside vantage point for over 800 years. Step back in time by exploring this ancient fortress, and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a musical or theatre production here. Next, take a leisurely stroll into the centre of St Peter Port, which enjoys quaint British architecture and a genteel ambience. The heart of the town is the church (believed to be the church with the closest location to a pub in the whole of the British Isles). If you’re visiting St Peter Port on a sunny day, you can take advantage of it by walking in Candie Gardens. These award-winning Victorian gardens feature sweeping vistas across the town’s harbour as well as the oldest glasshouses in Britain and a statue of writer Victor Hugo. Rest tired feet at the tea rooms before heading back down into the town. Don’t leave St Peter Port without visiting the immersive La Vallette Underground Military Museum, which chronicles the town’s military past, or the evocative Old Victorian Shop, a recreation of an 18th century shop and parlour.