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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Tresta

    Type

    Beaches

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    Fetlar

    Tresta Beach is a blue flag, long white sand beach in Fetlar with stunning cliffs at the south end.

  3. less than 2 miles
  4. Fetlar

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Fetlar, south of Unst and east of Yell, is the fourth largest island in Shetland and is known as the ‘Garden of Shetland’.

  5. less than 10 miles
  6. Yell

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Yell is the largest of the Northern Isles and is part of the Shetland Islands.

  7. West Sandwick

    Type

    Beaches

    Gradings

    Yell

    West Sandwick blue flag beach is a quaint white sand beach on the west coast of Yell.

  8. less than 20 miles
  9. Sands of Breckon

    Type

    Beaches

    Gradings

    Yell

    The Sands of Breckon is a white sand beach in the North of Yell, which has the largest area of shell sand dune and dune grassland in Shetland.

  10. Out Skerries

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    The Out Skerries are three tiny islands 4 miles off Whalsay and are Shetland’s most easterly outpost.

  11. Whalsay

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Whalsay is an island with a strong fishing heritage and is half-an-hour by ferry from the east coast of Mainland Shetland.

  12. Unst

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Unst is Britain’s most northerly inhabited island and is part of the Shetland Islands.

  13. less than 50 miles
  14. West Mainland

    Type

    Towns & Villages

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    West Mainland

    West Mainland is known for the amount of sunshine it gets, particularly in the summer months, and has great walking and wildlife watching opportunities.

  15. Burra & Trondra

    Type

    Islands

    Gradings

    Shetland

    Burra & Trondra is a community of around 1,000 people, the islands being connected to Mainland Shetland by bridges.

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