Located approximately 128.75km (80 miles) south of the English Coast, the island of Sark is the smallest of the four Channel Islands. Sark stands as the smallest independent feudal state in Europe and has belonged to the British Crown since the time of William the Conqueror when it, along with the other Channel Islands, formed part of the Duchy of Normandy. King John retained the islands when the Duchy of Normandy was returned to the French in the 13th century. Aside from the island’s unique history, Sark is a car-free zone so offers visitors a unique and tranquil experience. Its 65km (40 miles) of dramatic coastline is peppered with caves, bays and picturesque inlets, many of which can be accessed via a network of paths and walkways. The island supports a wide variety of flora and fauna and its spectacular coastal paths are popular with ramblers and bird watchers. Manmade attractions include the Sark Lighthouse built in 1912, the Harbour and the island Prison which was built in 1856 and is still in use today.
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|Ferries to Sark from Jersey|
|Jersey (St Helier) to Sark Ferry||3 Sailings Weekly||1 hour crossing|