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A to B Cycles
We offer flexible hire periods, value for money and friendly service. We have a selection of both mountain bikes and standard cycles. We also have Tandems, tag a longs, child seats and trailers to cater for the whole family (pushchairs can be left at the shop). We provide locks with each cycle. Baskets, helmets and lights are available if required.
+44 (0) 1481 832 844
Adventure Sark is a local company with local guides providing activities for all visitors to Sark, on land or sea. These activities include: Coasteering, Kayaking, Activiquiz, Corporate Fun Days, Team Building. Available for Hen & Stag parties, Birthday parties, Schools , Scouts & Guides and Corporate group bookings.
+44 (0) 7781 130 403
Established for over 20 years. Avenue Cycles has a large fleet of adults’ and children’s cycles and a limited number of tandems, trikes, tag-a-longs, child trailers and child seats during the peak holiday season. It is highly advisable to pre-book these to avoid disappointment. Open Monday to Sunday, please check our website for opening hours.
+44 (0) 1481 832 102
Bam’s Bikes is Sark’s only all-electric bicycle hire shop. With the combined experience of over 20 years in bicycle hire on Sark, we have one mission: to bring a high-quality, reliable bicycle hire shop to the island of Sark. Our passion for perfection is what inspires us day-to-day and is reflected in the quality and care in our services.
+44 (0) 7781 112 775
Visit Caragh Chocolates viewing Kitchen, Cafe and Shop. See the chocolates being made and choose your own favourites from the Cafe. There's lots of tempting home-made treats as well as hot and cold drinks, including our famous House Hot Chocolate. Sit inside the cosy Cafe or outside in the garden with panoramic sea views of all the islands.
+44 (0) 1481 832 703
Creative Sark is a registered charity that promotes and supports creative arts and crafts on Sark, including writers; artists; craftspeople; film-makers and photographers. Several of our artists and artisans have studios on Sark. There is a map on our website showing the locations of these studios, or pick up a copy of the map from the Tourist Office, for a small charge.
The cost is £45.00 per group, Walks are weather dependant as Donkeys don’t like rain (sorry the Donkeys can't be ridden). If you would like a longer walk we can put panniers on both Donkeys so that Florence and Ruby can carry your picnic. Bring your own food or contact Hathaways to order a picnic. Cost £60.00 per group, not including food.
+44 (0) 7797 720 002
Sark’s One-Stop Grocery Store & Off-Licence, situated on the Avenue and stocking a wide variety of general groceries and alcohol. We have fresh fruit, veg, meat and fish. As well as fresh bread, baked goods, sandwiches, baguettes & salads. Plus Sark Dairy products, Fresh Sark Crab, Caragh Chocolates, locally made ready meals & Sark Gin.
+44 (0) 1481 832 660
La Seigneurie Gardens
Set between flower-strewn granite walls and the towers of one of the most historic buildings in Sark, La Seigneurie Gardens provide a tranquil contrast to the windswept wildness of the island’s beautiful coast. The walled garden is over-flowing with fascinating flowers and shrubs sheltering plants that can only survive under glass in other parts of the British Isles.
La Seigneurie Gift Shop
Sandra Williams has put La Seigneurie Shop on the Tourist route as a charming home for Sark made gifts from many of the island’s creative artisans. From hand-knitted baby-clothes and woollen socks to unique homeware, tasty treats, creative artworks and silver jewellery. This fantastic collection is a wonderful display of Sark's creative talents.
Lorraine makes unique creations in both pottery and Silver. Browse her beautiful collection of Sark inspired crockery and silver jewellery or come and throw your own pot on the wheel with a one to one or group pottery session. Lessons take about 1 hour and include enough clay to make 3 pots. Hand-build slab pottery lessons are also available.
+44 (0) 1481 832 624
Mon Plaisir Stores
Mon Plaisir Stores is the premier outlet for Local Sark Produce and essentials when visiting the Island. Convenient, well stocked, family owned stores, pre-order and FREE delivery available for when you arrive to the Island. Fresh produce daily includes: lobsters, scallops, crab meat, wet fish to order, local meat and dairy produce, home-made cakes & scones to order.
+44 (0) 1481 832 600
Sark Boat Trips
The best way to see Sark! Take a trip around the island on Non-Pareil, an original Sark-Built boat. Explore the bays, coves and secret caves with the opportunity to see many different types of sea life and sea birds in season. For special charter trips we can also drop anchor and passengers may enjoy a swim right off the boat!
+44 (0) 7911 764 246
A beautiful range of individually designed and hand woven scarves, shawls, homeware and more. All made on Sark. Visit the Weaving Studio to see the loom in action and browse the full collection. Or book a one to one weaving tutorial to learn a new skill! Custom orders are happily accepted, with a range of colours and patterns to choose from, including 'Sark Twill'.
+44 (0) 1481 832 597
Stocks Horse & Carriages
A carriage ride with our horses, Ronaldo and Willow, is the most enchanting and carefree way to explore car-free Sark! Book an arrival taxi to the hotel, a private island day tour or a night ride by lantern light from Stocks own stables. We have a variety of carriage vehicles ranging from an original 1850’s vintage Ferrari Victoria, to a waggonette and a larger van.
+44 (0) 1481 832 001
Visitor Centre & Heritage Room
As well as being Sark's central point of information, the Visitor Centre also houses colourful and informative displays about the island and sells various books, postcards, artwork and leaflets. The adjacent Heritage Room, run by La Societe Sercquaise, is home to Sark's historical artefacts and photos, cultural materials and environmental information.
+44 (0) 1481 832 345
The exhibition is held in the old Island Hall, near St Peter’s Church. The Hall was used during the Occupation for most community gatherings.
It was here that the Dame gave her speech discouraging islanders from evacuating at the outset of the occupation and where islanders listened to Winston Churchill declaring the end of the war over the radio