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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. Luing

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Oban, Mull and Lorn

    Luing lies 15 miles south of Oban and a short ferry trip across Cuan Sound from the neighbouring Seil Island.

  2. Colonsay

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Mid Argyll, Kintyre & Islay

    Situated between Mull and Islay, the Isle of Colonsay is the ideal destination for anyone seeking to get away from it all.

  3. Craignure

    Type

    Towns & Villages

    Gradings

    Craignure & South Mull

    Craignure is a village and the main ferry terminal on the Isle of Mull.

  4. Sanday

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Orkney

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

  5. Jura

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Mid Argyll, Kintyre & Islay

    The long and narrow island of Jura is one of the wildest and most mountainous of the Inner Hebrides.

  6. Westray

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Orkney

    Westray has been described as 'The Queen of the Isles', it is the second largest of the North Isles with a population of around 600.

  7. Fair Isle

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Midway between Orkney and Shetland Fair Isle lies.

  8. Gradings

    Small Isles - Eigg, Rhum, Muck, Canna

    Lying to the south of Skye, the Small Isles are part of the Inner Hebrides and offer a wonderful variety of scenery and wildlife.

  9. Eriskay

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Outer Hebrides

    Eriskay is an island in the Outer Hebrides and is located between South Uist and Barra.

  10. Arran

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Ayrshire and Arran

    "Arran is the seventh largest island in Scotland and the largest island in the Firth of Clyde."

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