Alderney’s Wildlife Bunker on the island’s south coast is a restored German-built structure that housed communication equipment during the Occupation. The Alderney Wildlife Trust cleared and partially restored it to its original condition and have erected many information boards covering its history and the natural history of the island. The bunker is home to nesting swallows every Spring. Perched on the clifftop it offers superb views to the other Channel Islands and the French coast. Check out our Nature on Alderney page for more great wildlife to spot.
What to do in Alderney
Check our page for our favourite things to do in Alderney
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