The Island of Jersey is a British Crown Dependency and the largest and southernmost of the British Channel Islands.
Located in the English Channel between England and France and as a reflection of its fascinating and complex history, Jersey offers an unspoilt landscape with a unique blend of British and French influences, making the island a great place for an interesting weekend getaway.
Sark is the fourth smallest of the Channel Islands, part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, located just off the Normandy coast.
A holiday in Sark is like stepping back in time. This traffic-free paradise has no cars, only tractors, bikes, horses and carriages are used to get around the island, posing a dramatic effect on the relaxed pace of life on the island. Also recognised for being sufficiently clear of light pollution, Sark was designated the first Dark Sky Island community in the world.