It is easy for potential visitors to be attracted to the top destinations in Guersney and Alderney. These archipelagoes are an example of how small cities and towns assert their independence and earned it through sheer development and political stability. The same can be said about San Marino (in Italy), Monaco (France) and Gibraltar (Spain). But the closest resemblance to the political situation of Guernsey and Alderney is the Island of Manx. Both territories are under the protection of United Kingdom and are also located close to the motherland territory. Guernsey and Alderney, also known as the Bailiwick of Guernsey, is located along the English Channel – the broad saltwater stream that separates United Kingdom from France. It is natural to assume that this territory also has a strong French influence.
11 Oct 2013