The Chausey Islands

The Chausey Islands lie off the coast of the Manche department in the English channel. But they are under French jurisdiction and so are not generally included in the geographical definition of the Channel Islands. (Although they are occasionally described as 'the French Channel Islands').

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In administrative terms, they are an incorporated part of the commune of Granville (Manche), and although popular with visitors from France - there are regular boat trips to the islands - they are rarely visited by Channel Islanders (people from Jersey, Guernsey and so on), as there are no direct transport links from the other islands.




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