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
It’s nearly time for our month long celebration of the finest foods on Sark. TASTE of SARK starts on 1st June. 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…
The theme this year is Flower Power and there are 18 fabulous scarecrows to discover. This year’s winner is Helen Plummer of Mon Plaisir Stores. Margaret Langlois came second with her flowerpot men and Stocks Hotel came third with their flower powered cyclist. Pick up a guide from the Sark Visitor Centre and follow the Scarecrow Trail to find all the fabulous creations. Pictures by Sue Daley Just some of the…
Sunday 24th April sees the start of our glorious Wildflower Fortnight! It kicks off with a Guided Walk in Little Sark. Book at the Visitor Centre 01481 832345, and meet at La Sablonnerie at 2pm. Tickets cost £4/£2 children. Our flowers are looking just fabulous, so come and see what all the fuss is about and why we celebrate them! Please keep tab on all of the Guided Walks during…