Natural Splendour

The Outer Hebrides is a paradise of breath-taking landscapes. From the white sandy beaches of Harris to the rugged cliffs of Lewis, the islands boast an awe-inspiring tapestry of untouched nature. Explore the dramatic mountains, meandering lochs, and expansive moorlands that stretch as far as the eye can see.

Rich Cultural Heritage

Immerse yourself in a vibrant tapestry of Gaelic traditions and ancient history. The islands are home to fascinating archaeological sites, ancient stone circles, and well-preserved historical landmarks such as the famous Callanish Standing Stones. Engage with the friendly locals, who hold on to their traditions, and savour the unique music, dance, and language that define the Hebridean culture.

Outdoor Activities

Adventure seekers will find a plethora of activities to indulge in. Experience world-class fishing, kayaking, sailing, and surfing amidst the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Embark on exhilarating hikes, bike rides, and wildlife-spotting expeditions across the islands, where otters, seals, eagles, and puffins roam freely.

Incredible Wildlife

The Isle of Lewis, located in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. Its diverse habitats, ranging from rugged coastlines to moorlands and lochs, provide a home to a wide variety of fascinating animal species. Some highlights of the wildlife you can encounter on the Isle of Lewis include eagles, buzzards, merlins, hen harriers, dolphins, orcas, otters and seals.

The Aurora Borealis

"Keep watching the sky, MacIntyre." Local Hero, 1983.

From September through to March, the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights, can often be clearly visible to the naked eye. Whilst never guaranteed, they offer a superb pull to entice visitors to the island.