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What to do

There’s always something to do in Sark but here’s a few ideas to get you started

Go and See…

The Silver Mines, The Window in the Rock, A guided garden walk,

The island by sea on a boat trip, Sark Henge, The Buddhist carving,                

The island by horse drawn carriage, The Golden Post Box, The Chocolate Factory.      

Enjoy a...

Dip in the famous Venus pool, Country walk, Day at the beach,

Cliff path walk, Guided history walk, Sea fishing boat trip, Camping Holiday.

Take the healthy option...

Go Cycling, Coasteering & Kayaking, Jogging, Diving, Badminton, Tennis, Swimming, Rambling.      

Have a go at...

Coastal Fishing, Coasteering, Kayaking, Photography, Painting, Stargazing, Yoga, Archery, Bird watching, Clay pigeon shooting.

These are just a few of the things that you can do whilst on Sark!

 

For more info and ideas why not pop in and see us or call 01481 724059

Alternatively you can find additional details on www.sark.co.uk or call Sark Tourism

directly on 01481 832345 

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Make sure you don't miss out on...
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    Carriage Tour around Sark
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    A carriage tour is the perfect introduction to Sark.

    Carriage tours are available from the following operators:

    http://www.dannywakley.com
    http://www.stockshotel.com
    http://www.sablonneriesark.com
    https://www.sarkcarriages.co.uk
    M
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    La Seigneurie Gardens
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    These formal walled gardens with a Victorian glasshouse have been recognised as some of the finest in the Channel Islands.

    For more information on La Seigneurie Gardens please click here

     

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    Hire a bike
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    Hire a bike from one of the three bike hire places on Sark, they cater for all your needs ranging from adult moutain bike to kids bikes with stabilisers, they have tag-a-longs, trailers and bike seats and they supply helmets too.

    Why not try the the bycycle for two for a fun day!!

    Book in advance is a must for extras, and if you need an electric bike you will need to contact the Sark Visitor Centre and they will guide you to how to go about this.

    or click - atobcycles or avenuecycles for further information.

     

     

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    Coasteering/Kayaking
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    For the adventerous why not try a day Coasteering as a group or individually why not try kayaking around Sark exploring the caves.