Due to the lack of pollution and the careful attitude of its residents, Sark is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. During Wild Flower Fortnight, you can enjoy guided walks through wild garlic, red campion, bluebells, thrift and sea campion (sark.co.uk/event/ wild-flower-fortnight). A key location en route is the Gouliot headland. Declared a Wetland of International importance, the sea caves below it are carpeted with sponges, sea anemones and soft coral. Sark is also an ornithologist’s dream, with razorbills, puffins and the largest guillemot colony in the Channel Islands as well as fulmars, oystercatchers and peregrine falcons. You might even see common or bottle-nosed dolphins in the waves while you walk along the clifftops.