Sark has miles of incredible coastline with stunning landscapes and a fantastic choice of sandy bays or pebbly coves to explore, though you have to be prepared for an adventure for some of them. Sark is an island on the plateau, so most beaches need a mixture of steps and paths that can be steep. Also a wonderful experience is the sea bathing of Sark. The water is clear, smooth... And you've got to acknowledge it, chilly rather. In August and September, when it can achieve 16 or 17 degrees Celsius, the water is at its warmest. Call the Visitor Center for suggestions and guidelines on some of our most popular beaches.
One of the happiest things about living on a small island is that on the lee side you can always get out of the prevailing wind into a bay. The state of the tide and where the sun is can also be considered. While it takes some effort to reach Sark's beaches, the difficulty is worth it. The simplest way to get to Dixcart Bay is a few steps down a cliff road. It is a picturesque sandy beach with an arch and cave, and a walking path surrounds the cliff top. Le Creux Harbor is a beautiful swimming place, while Venus Pool, south of Little Sark, is a rock-sized swimming pool, accessed through a tangle of paths and an amazing swimming and diving location.
Maximum Temprature: 24 C
sunrise: 2019-07-22 04:27:03
sunset: 2019-07-22 20:04:20