Sark is a small island located in the English Channel, off the coast of Normandy, France. It is a self-governing dependency of the British Crown and is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, picturesque landscapes, and rich history.
The official language of Sark is English, and the currency used is the British pound sterling.
As Sark does not have its own airport, there is no direct flight connection to the island from the UK. However, visitors can travel to the nearby island of Guernsey and then take a ferry or private boat to Sark. The flight time from the UK to Guernsey is around 45 minutes.
Sark follows Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) all year round.
Sark does not have its own airport, and visitors can reach the island only by boat or helicopter. The nearest airport is Guernsey Airport, which is located on the island of Guernsey, around 8 miles from Sark. The airport is operated by Guernsey Airport Limited and offers regular flights to various UK cities, including London, Bristol, and Southampton.