Vatersay (pictured), Luskentyre, Scarista...the Outer Hebrides are packed with stunning white beaches
The rolling moorland hills & freshwater lochs of the Uists are perfect for fishing and bird-watching
Vatersay, Luskentyre (pictured), Uig Sands...the Outer Hebrides are packed with stunning white beaches
Learn more about the islander's traditional way of life at Gearannan blackhouse village
The 4000 yr old standing stones at Callanish, Lewis
Island-hop through the contrasting isles of the Outer Hebrides, from Barra, through the Uists to Skye, then back to Harris and Lewis.
Ideally suited for those who prefer short ferry routes, this holiday combines the islands of Skye, North Uist, Harris and Lewis.
The perfect introduction to these magical islands, 6 nights exploring Barra, the Uists & Harris
A memorable island-hopping adventure through dramatic Skye & the fascinating Outer Hebrides
A landing you'll never forget on this island of endless beaches
Head to the edge of the British Isles and discover the beauty of Harris & Lewis, with a once in a lifetime day trip to magical St. Kilda
Outer Hebrides Top Tips:
- Beaches, beaches, beaches - Vatersay, Luskentyre, Uig Sands, Scarista...the Outer Hebrides are packed with stunning white beaches.
- St Kilda - take a day trip to the magical island of St Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles
- Callanish Standing Stones - as impressive as Stonehenge, you can get up close to these standing stones which are 4,000 years old.
- Hebridean Celtic Festival - time your visit for July to coincide with this pioneering music festival which attracts world class acts & visitors from all over the world.
Lewis ‘must do’ list:
Explore the standing stones at Callanish
Visit the Pictish Carloway Broch
Learn about traditional island life at a blackhouse village
Enjoy the social scene in bustling Stornoway – music & arts & crafts thrive here
Sample Stornoway’s famous black pudding
Harris ‘must do’ list:
The seemingly endless white beaches
Travel ‘The Golden Road’ – like driving through a lunar landscape
Watch Harris Tweed being woven in crofter’s cottages
A daytrip to the magical isle of St Kilda
Hop across to Berneray – Prince Charles’ favourite island
North & South Uist 'must do' list:
Fishing in one of Uist’s thousands of freshwater lochs
RSPB reserve at Balranald – a birdwatcher’s paradise
The wonderful Taigh Chearsabhagh arts centre in Lochmaddy
Endless white shell beaches on the west coast
Catch a glimpse of traditional crofting activities such as peat cutting or wool dying
Barra ‘must do’ list:
Enjoy the craic at the island’s ceilidhs
Sample the tooth-achingly sweet but delicious Hebridean Toffee - a luxury tablet made by hand on Barra
The back to back beaches on Vatersay - separated by a stunning carpet of machair wildflowers
Watch the plane land on the beach
Take a trip out to Kisimul Castle – ancestral set of the Clan MacNeil