Parks & Open Spaces

The Window in the Rock

Sark / Europe

The Window in the Rock is, as it sounds, a large, virtually square window through the rocks affording fine views of the sea.  It is accessed by a walk down shady, sometimes steep lanes, where walkers have observed wildflowers, butterflies and a variety of birds.  The view when reached is considered well worth the expedition.  There is a sheer drop of 300 feet on the other side of the window.  It is a 10-15 minute walk from La Seigneurie Gardens.  It is suggested that the window was created in the 1850s by the Rev Collings, Seigneur of Sark, to frame the view of Les Autlets and Saignie Bay, and also a way to haul goods from the bay below.

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