harbour viewbluebell woodcarriageAbout Sark

The tiny Channel Island of Sark is just three miles long by a mile and a half wide and lies some eighty miles south of the British mainland. Independent and self-governing, the island is home to around six hundred people. There are no cars or street lighting but we do have a school, shops, hotels, restaurants, emergency services and a thriving, working community. Most importantly, Sark has some of the most stunning scenery in the British Isles; towering cliffs, fabulous wildflowers, lush green valleys and a gorgeous coastline. The air is clean, the sea is clear and the residents are friendly.

To find out all about Sark, how to get here and where to stay click here.