Idea #93 – Visit the Channel Islands
The Channel Islands (Channel Islands) are a group of islands in the English Channel west of the Cotentin Peninsula. Formerly known archipelago Normand are the island portion of the historic province of Normandy. They depend directly on the British Crown, but , however, not part of the United Kingdom : they are in the sovereignty of the Duke of Normandy, title held by the British monarchy from the conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066. Their considerable autonomy guaranteed by the statute that, unlike the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands are outside the European Union. The two main islands, which are bailiwicks are Jersey and Guernsey, which are dependent on other smaller islands. They pursued policies of “banking encouragement” that make it a little the Monaco in Britain. The passage of Gulf Stream close does still not forget that we are not in the English Channel and the Mediterranean … Come on, move!
Si vous souhaitez en découvrir plus sur les îles Anglo-normandes, vous pouvez trouver ici d’autres idées en vidéo sur CameraOnBoard !
Where is it ?
Jersey & amp; Guernsey, United Kingdom.