Islands in the Outer Hebrides

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  • Beach near Bornish, South Uist
    Beach near Bornish, South Uist
  • A cyclist on the causeway across Loch Bee, South Uist
    The causeway across Loch Bee, South Uist
  • Loch Seaforth from Seaforth Head, Isle of Harris
    Loch Seaforth from Seaforth Head, Isle of Harris
  • View of North Uist from above
    View of North Uist from above

Explore all of the islands of the Outer Hebrides and discover their unique beauty and diversity. From the white sand beaches and turquoise waters to the abundant wildlife, you will be inspired by this amazing island chain.

Use the information listings to plan an island hopping break around the islands to see wildlife, amazing scenery and fascinating historic sites.

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  1. Vatersay

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    Vatersay

    Vatersay, the southern-most inhabited island in the Outer Hebrides, is one of the most scenic and beautiful in the archipelago.

  2. North Uist

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    Outer Hebrides

    North Uist is a paradise for wildlife and beach lovers and lies between Harris and Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides.

  3. Harris

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    Outer Hebrides

    Harris is a dramatic island in the Outer Hebrides that boasts some of the best beaches in Scotland.

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