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Further north than the southern tip of Norway, but with a mild climate, North Ronaldsay is the furthest flung of the Orkney Isles.
Toab is a small settlement on the west side of Deer Sound on Mainland Orkney.
The village of Stenness is situated at the south-east end of Loch of Stenness, south west of Finstown on Mainland Orkney.
Amidst the great tides of the Atlantic and the North Sea lies a group of islands that encompasses the unique heritage of Orkney.
The picturesque town of St Margaret's Hope is located at northern end of South Ronaldsay.
The island of Stronsay is about 7 miles long and is located in the east of the Orkney archipelago.
Burray is a small island between South Ronaldsay and the Orkney Mainland, in the south of the archipelago.
The village of Evie is located to the north of Mainland, Orkney, close to the Broch of Gurness.
Kettletoft is a settlement on the south coast of Sanday, to the east of Backaskail Bay.
The captivating old town of Stromness is located on the shore of Hamnavoe, an inlet of Scapa Flow, and is the main ferry port on Orkney.