This 16th-century luxury hotel is located on the peaceful island of Sark, offering individually decorated rooms with elegant furnishings. Guests can enjoy acres of landscaped grounds and a heated swimming Read more [...]
Sark is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey but is actually two islands, Greater Sark and Little Sark. The two parts are connected by a narrow strip called La Coupée which is 300 feet (91 m) long and has a drop of 330 feet (100 m) on each side.
The island is an area of 2.10 square miles (5.44 km2) and lies 6 miles east of Guernsey, 14 miles north west of Jersey, and some 20 miles from France.
Sark is one of the few remaining places in the world where cars are banned from roads and only tractors and horse-drawn vehicles are allowed.
Sark is also a special place for star gazing as you have very little light pollution and in 2011 was designated as a Dark Sky Community and the first Dark Sky Island in the world.
Pourquoi Pas B&B offers accommodation on the Island of Sark, around an hour’s sail from Guernsey. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Each room includes a shared bathroom. Read more [...]
Featuring free WiFi, a barbecue and a terrace, Clos De Vaul Creux offers pet-friendly accommodation in Sark, 33 km from Saint Helier Jersey. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free Read more [...]
Like the Venus Pool on Little Sark, the Adonis Pool is a mid-tide deep rock pool. However it is much more difficult to access than Venus.
The Seigneur of Sark is the head of Sark in the Channel Islands. “Seigneur” is the French word for “lord”. La Seigneurie is the home of the Seigneur. The formal Read more [...]
Venus pool is a tidal pool protected from the elements by granite cliffs. Completely covered by the sea at high tide, at low tide a circular pool originally some eighteen Read more [...]
Sark is the smallest of the Channel Islands, and, despite being Crown Property, is ruled by a Seigneur (feudal lord of manor). It is a mere 3 miles long and Read more [...]
The beach in Creux harbour is popular but you do need to be aware of the boats, although this is no longer the main harbour on Sark. The small beach Read more [...]
Derrible Bay is a sandy beach with pebbles and rocks. On this headland you get some sea caves. This bay along with Dixcart are popular boat anchorages.
Eperquerie Landing beach is a small pebble beach. This was an old landing (hence the name) point for boats.
La Grande Grève beach is the largest and most popular on sark. This beach is one of the few sandy beaches on Sark.
Port du Moulin is a pebble beach with some very interesting rock and cliff formations.