Places To Visit

The Outer Hebrides stretch for 130 miles and look west to the Atlantic Ocean. A striking mix of landscapes, from windswept golden sands to harsh mountains and peat bogs exist in harmony. Here, at Europe’s edge, an elemental beauty pervades…

The Machair

Running down the Atlantic side of the islands is one of the jewels of the Hebrides… the Machair (Mahair). Lying between the unfertile moorland and…

Dùn Chàrlabhaigh

Dun Carloway Broch (Dùn Chàrlabhaigh) is entered by a single low heavily-defended doorway with a guard chamber to one side. There are two further chambers…
Callanish Standing Stones

Calanais Standing Stones

The Calanais Standing Stones consist of a stone circle of thirteen stones with a monolith near the middle.  Five rows of standing stones connect to…