The Scottish Western Isles of the Outer Hebrides sit on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and are a diverse chain of inter-connecting islands with their own unique way of life.
The Hebrides is comprised of the Isle of Lewis with its northernmost headlands reaching down through Harris, St Kilda, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, Eriskay and Barra to the southern tip of Vatersay. This chain of islands offer an exciting assortment of entertainments and attractions.
The isolated shores offer the peace and tranquillity that is so often missing in our modern world. Experience it for yourself and accept a warm Western Isles welcome. Our traditional Hebridean hospitality awaits you.
The islands have a rich history to be explored through our superb selection of museums and monuments. Discover for yourself our carefully preserved Gaelic culture where crofting, community events and ceilidhs bring people together like nowhere else on earth.
Experience our unique landscapes, lochs and sandy beaches, try your hand at fly fishing, bird and wildlife spotting or enjoy everything from cycling to canoeing, kayaking to kitesurfing and walking to windsurfing.
Be inspired by the stunning sea views and endless skyscapes or simply soak up the amazing Outer Hebridean atmosphere on one of the myriad of main and outlying islands.
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