Sark has several fine beaches to choose and although they can be quite a treck down
steps of cliff paths, they are well worth the trip.
On the south coast is the beautiful Dixcart Bay. It is more accessible than most of
the bays but does require a cliff path walk down with steps, the journey is worthwhile. There you will find
a natural arch and a cave 375 feet deep.
Situated slightly to the east of Dixcart, is Derrible Bay, accessed via Hog's Back,
a gorse peninsular. At Creux Derrible is an impressive blowhole cave.
Les Fontaines Bay
On the rugged north east cost of the island is Les Fontaines Bay. There are two
natural arches which the Sark artist William Topliss called the Fairy Grotto. At the far end is Creux Belet and Red
Cave. From here the path up to Le Fort has a fantastic panoramic view.
Le Creux Harbour
The original small harbour was used by ships from Guernsey until Maselin harbour
opened in 1949. The old harbour boasts wonderfully clear waters for swimming in.
Off Little Sark at its southermost tip, is Venus' Pool. Accessed via a maze of
paths, this low tide pool about 20 feet deep, offers some splendid swimming and diving conditions.