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…
A few days before Christmas a very special gift arrived in Sark from our friend Jean Guerin in Carteret, just across the water in Normandy. Jean’s yacht, Long John Silver, arrived in Creux harbour laden down with mistletoe that he and his friends then distributed around the island, with a little help from Sark fisherman Jordan de Carteret. A bunch of mistletoe was also hung over the entrance to both…
Visitor Penny Locke and family experienced a true Sark getaway last summer. Here she shares the highlights of her stay. Photos Jan Guy. “Cut off in time and place, Sark offers a trip almost back to the 1950s of rock pools, cliff walks, cream teas and bicycles to get around (there have never been cars on the island). This is the kind of holiday I enjoyed on Sark throughout my…