The smallest of the Channel Islands where cars and bicycles are banned and only quad-bikes and tractors commonly used by local residents are permitted. Spread over a tiny 2 square kilometer area, Herm is a tranquil beach haven which can easily be reached by ferries from Guernsey. Leave behind the stresses of the modern World and come to Herm so as to stay overnight. Visitors relish the peaceful character of historic island which is presently home to 60 inhabitants. The local economy is largely revolving around tourism alongside incomes generated by production of vegetables and livestock.
Featuring several self-catering cottages, a hotel and a camping ground, all accommodation facilities on Herm are managed by a family firm which holds the head lease on the island. The Herm Trident Ferry services currently offer daily trips to/from the Saint Peter Port Harbor and for which tickets can be obtained from the Trident Kiosk located at ‘Weighbridge’.