Getting to Vaugrat Campsite
Condor Ferries is the main ferry service provider. The company operates both fast and conventional ferries, with sailings from Poole, Postsmouth & St Malo. Fast ferry crossings from Poole, take around three hours. Direct crossings from St Malo take just over two hours.
If you prefer a more leisurely pace, then the conventional ferry sailing from Portsmouth will undertake the trip in around 6 hours.
Please note that Condor Ferries require all passengers to have photo ID when checking in.
Seasonal sailings are also offered by Manche Iles Express from Dilette, Carteret and Granville in Normandy, France.
Guernsey is served by a number of airlines with Aurigny and Blue Islands providing flights from a variety of major and regional UK airports. During the season, flights from continental destinations are also often available.
Please Click here to identify connections with the UK and the Continent.
How to Find Us
By Car, Motorhome or Caravan
From the Harbour (A) head north at the roundabout (B). After 1.5 miles (C) bear left before the filter-in-turn, into Vale Avenue. At the end of Vale Avenue head straight through the traffic lights and continue along Route Militaire until reaching the Vale Church (D). Turn left and follow the road to L’Islet junction (E) (Morrisons Food Hall will be on the left). Turn right and follow the coast road for just over half a mile. Turn left (F) into Route de Vaugrat.
- N49 29′ 28″
- W2 33′ 40″
By Public Transport
Taxis are available from the Harbour and the Airport.
Should you wish to use the bus, please use the routes shown below. You will need to get off at Les Vardes bus stop. If in doubt, ask the driver for Le Vaugrat Campsite. Further information on bus routes can be obtained from buses.gg
From the Harbour
- Routes 31 or 32
- Route 91 (round Island)
From the Airport
- Route 91
Please feel free to contact us with any queries you may have.