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  • Barra Airport, Traigh Mhor beach
    Barra Airport, Traigh Mhor beach
  • Looking down at the Orkney coastline and the Old Man of Hoy
    The Old Man of Hoy
  • St Ninian's Isle connected to the mainland by a tombolo of sand at Bigton
    St Ninian's Isle

Travel to some of the Scottish islands and discover the individual character, history and charm of each.

Scotland has a number of islands which offer a different culture from the northern islands of Shetland and Orkney to the western islands including the Outer Hebrides, Inner Hebrides and the much smaller eastern islands in the Firth of Forth. Travelling to these islands is easy with plenty of ferry and air routes.

Take a trip to one of these Scottish islands and see what island adventure you can have.

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  1. Sanday

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Orkney

    Dominated by sand dunes and unspoilt beaches, Sanday is the largest of the northerly Orkney Isles.

  2. Murray Isles

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Wigtown

    The Murray Isles are two small uninhabited islands in the Islands of Fleet near Wigtown Bay just off Carrick Point.

  3. Eday

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Orkney

    Eday is a long, thin island in the north of Orkney with beautiful panoramic views and farms and crofts adorning the coastal strip.

  4. Benbecula

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Outer Hebrides

    The small island of Benbecula lies between North and South Uist in the Outer Hebrides.

  5. North Ronaldsay

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Orkney

    Further north than the southern tip of Norway, but with a mild climate, North Ronaldsay is the furthest flung of the Orkney Isles.

  6. Foula

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Foula is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the British Isles and lies 20 miles west of Mainland Shetland.

  7. Inchcailloch

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Balmaha

    Steeped in history and a haven for wildlife, the Inchcailloch Island is part of the Loch Lomond National Nature Reserve.

  8. Raasay

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Skye & Lochalsh

    Raasay sits just off the Isle of Skye’s eastern coast and measures just 14 miles long by 5 miles wide.

  9. Isle Of Iona

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Oban, Mull and Lorn

    Iona is a small, fertile, crofting island, currently inhabited by around 130 people.

  10. Bucinch

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Loch Lomond Area

    The small island of Bucinch is an uninhabited and densely wooded island located a quarter of a mile north east of Inchcruin.

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