Welcome to Sark Island
Sark is the crown jewel of the Channel Islands, nestled in between Guernsey and Jersey, 80 miles south of England. We welcome you to enjoy our car-free island, spectacular scenery, bays, coastal paths and cliff top views.
Sark offers a truly unique holiday experience for those wanting to escape the bright lights and noise of the city.
Sark Tourism and the people of Sark welcome you in 2016
We love spring on Sark. After a bare and chilly winter period the optimistic and tenacious little shoots push their way up and even now we can see daffodils, primroses, wild garlic and the crocus heads coming through too. It is a time to look forward to Wild Flower Fortnight, which is an annual event where we can offer visitors guided walks to some of the very best spots on…
The Island Hall was throbbing with sound this Tuesday when the drumming group Spark were on Sark to run a series of workshops. Spark will the leading the Lantern Parade in Guernsey again this weekend but, thanks to support from the Guernsey Arts Commission, they were able to spend a day on Sark. All of Sark’s school children we able try their hands at drumming and later on there was…
The island’s junior natural history group, Sark Watch, were hard at work recently making bird feeders. Phoebe Higham, who is working towards her Nature Ranger Award, led the activity. The children used recycled milk cartons to create seed holders, complete with a perch for the visiting birds, and mixed up seed and lard to make conical versions of fat balls. Sark’s wild birds are in for a treat this spring!…