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
One of the joys of visiting anywhere is trying out the local cuisine and food lovers won’t be disappointed on Sark. As an island it’s not surprising that seafood features high on most menus. Local fishermen catch lobsters, crabs, bass, pollack, bream, turbot and plaice. Scallops are another delicacy and Sark scallops are only taken by divers which means there is absolutely no damage done to the seabed or other…
This year’s archaeological excavations have revealed yet more fascinating signs of just how long people have been living on Sark and what an important place it was to our Neolithic ancestors. Digs have been carried out at the Seigneurie, Plaisance and on Little Sark by a team from Oxford, Sark and Guernsey led by eminent archaeologist Sir Barry Cunliffe. The most exciting finds came from Little Sark and indicate that…
On Saturday Guernsey athlete Laura Kennington set off from Sark on a very special mission – a triathlon spread over three Channel Islands. She began in Havre Gosselin on the east coast of Sark and swam four miles around the northern tip of the island to Maseline Harbour, an epic swim that took three hours. She was escorted by local kayaker Budgie, of Adventure Sark, and Adrian…