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The Channel Islands Travel Guide

The Channel Islands lie in the English Channel, between southern England and the northern coast of France, more or less off the peninsula of Cotentin. The Channel Islands consist of four main islands - Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and Sark, with a host of smaller isles and islets, most of them uninhabited. Although the islands have, at different times during their history, been administered by either one of their larger neighbours (England and France), they are today governed mainly according to local laws and customs.

Today the islands, though not strictly a part of the United Kingdom, are still dependencies of Britain.


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