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Life in the Channel Islands

The Channel Islands are situated between England and France and are the most southerly islands in the British Isles. They are independent, English-speaking territories with a mix of British and French cultures. Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and Guernsey is the second largest. Both Jersey and Guernsey are known for their beaches, walking trails along cliffs and inland valleys, as well as their defensive castles. They are only an hour’s boat trip away from France and both island airports have regular flights to and from many UK and European cities. Inter-island flights only take about 10 minutes.

As well as their natural appeal to visitors and tourists, the Channel Islands are renowned for being an offshore finance centre with a stable economy, which provides a very attractive environment in which to live and work.

The Grant Thornton office in Jersey is located in St. Helier and is within walking distance from the beach, the pool, the gym, the cinema, various restaurants and the town centre. Similarly, the Guernsey office is right in the centre of St. Peter Port and within easy walking distance from the shops, the marina and the beach.

Moving to the Channel Islands

Thinking of relocating to the Channel Islands? Below are links with helpful advice for both Jersey and Guernsey.

Moving to Jersey

Moving to Guernsey