The WWII German Occupation of Sark

This all-day walk takes in many interesting sites on Sark - Guernsey's sister Island that was occupied by the Germans from 1940 until 1945.

You will walk the route of two infamous British commando raids, visit the murder scene of a German Officer, look around the area where the German Headquarters were situated, visit the field where an RAF Lancaster crash-landed and other places connected with the Occupation including two tunnels.

Led by Tim Osborne, and local guide Jan Guy will talk about the general history of Sark over lunch.

Meet at 7.30am outside the Sark Shipping Ticket Office on the White Rock. Depart Guernsey at 8.00am and depart Sark at 6.00pm. The ferry between Guernsey and Sark takes approx 55 minutes.

A discount of £5 will be applied if you also choose to take part in Wild West Sark

Approx length of walk: 6 miles (includes stop for lunch and refreshment breaks)

£15 per person

Ability: Ramble

How do I book?

Simply email your Guide using the links provided on this page to reserve your spot. Some Guides have their own website, which will include more information.

Silver Accredited Guide Tim Osborne