The Isle of Sark is a unique oasis of charm and calm in the Channel Islands.
Sark has been an independent legislature for 451 years since Queen Elizabeth granted the fief to Helier de Carteret. Its status remains unique to this day: not in the UK but a possession of the Crown (did you know Queen Elizabeth II is Duke of Normandy?).
Just a short boat ride from Guernsey, UK citizens don't need a passport to visit and you don't need to change your £ Sterling either. Don't bring your car, though, as cars are not permitted on the island. One of the many special reasons contributing to Sark's relaxed ambience.
If you've never visited Sark before, you should go. If you have visited Sark before, you'll agree with that.
The weblinks menu has a selection of Sark links to get you started.