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Getting around on Sark

Grab your most comfortable pair of walking shoes and dust off your bicycle helmet. Sark is proud to be a car-free island!

Upon Arrival

Upon arrival at Maseline Harbour your luggage will be carried off the ferry and, if properly labelled, will be delivered straight to your accommodation.

The Tractor Bus will be waiting through the tunnel to carry passengers up Harbour Hill. Be sure to have some coins in your wallet as the journey is cash only!

For those wishing to walk there are three main routes from the Harbour; Harbour Hill path or road, the cliff path via Les Laches and the cliff path via Bluebell Woods.

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By Bicycle

Sark has three cycle hires, all located within the Village area. From Electric bikes to regular pushbikes for all ages, there's something to suit everyone.

Cycling around the island is a very liberating and pleasurable experience as there are no cars or pollution to contend with, only the odd tractor or horse and carriage.

Visitors are reminded to keep to the left when walking and cycling along the main roads and that bicycles must not be ridden along foot or cliff paths for safety reasons.

By Foot

Upon arrival at Maseline Harbour your luggage will be carried off the ferry and, if properly labelled, will be delivered straight to your accommodation.

The Tractor Bus will be waiting through the tunnel to carry passengers up Harbour Hill. Be sure to have some coins in your wallet as the journey is cash only!

For those wishing to walk there are several walking routes from the Harbour.

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By Carriage

A carriage ride around Sark is perhaps the best introduction to the island. The high vantage point gives views over the hedges and the rhythmic thud of hooves on un-tarmacked roads is tranquil and relaxing.


All carriage drivers must take a test to obtain their Carriage Driver’s Licence. This involves driving skills and horsemanship plus a knowledge of the island's history, as your driver will also act as a guide.

There are two sight-seeing tours; a one-hour tour, taking in the north of Sark, or a two-hour tour which covers the north of the island then goes to La Coupee in the south. All tours start and finish at La Collinette carriage park, at the top of Harbour Hill.

Do you need a mobility scooter? See our FAQs or enquire below.

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