Sark is the crown jewel of the Channel Islands. Nestled in between Guernsey and Jersey, 80 miles south of England and just 25 miles off the coast of France. The Island itself is 3 miles by 1.5 miles in size and can only be reached by boat.

Sark offers a truly unique holiday experience for those wanting to escape the bright lights and noise of the city. A visit to our car-free island is like a step back in time and visitors are sure to be blown away by the stunning scenery, bays, coastal paths and cliff top views.

Sark is also boasts to be the world's first 'Dark Sky' Island, offering spectacular star gazing throughout the year and the Goliout headland is a world recognised Ramsar site

The Island's 22 mile coastline is a treasure trove of small coves, creeks, caves, inlets and bays, all teaming with sea life both above and below the water. The coast can be explored with George by boat or visitors may choose to kayak or coasteer their way around with Adventure Sark  

West Coast
La Couplee
Sun set over the Islands
George's boat trip in Derrible Bay
West coast
Spring/Summer flowers
sea pinks
Young leafs
Sue and her grandkid going beaching
West coast
Sue's Grankids
The monument
Grand Greve
The coast of France seen from Sark
Hidden caves
Sark cream tea
Creux Harbour
Your welcome Sark cream tea
Old Silver mines
Sea cliffs
Humid summers evening
Bluebells west coast
Fox glove at Port Gorey
Old Sark well