Off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Lewis and Isle of Harris form the main island in the Outer Hebrides. They may sound like two separate islands, but Lewis and Harris are actually two parts of the one island, with the largest town Stornoway on the east coast.
With dramatic landscapes, a unique Gaelic culture and fascinating history, this is a great place to start your Hebridean adventure. You will be blown away by wild mountains, immense white beaches, rugged coastlines and lunar landscapes.
From ancient thatched blackhouses at Gearrannan and mysterious standing stones at Calanais to thrilling outdoor activities and superb food, there are plenty of things to do on the Isle of Lewis and Isle of Harris. There are many more adventures to have as you head south to the other Hebridean islands along the famous Hebridean Way.
So experience life on the edge and start planning your Isle of Lewis and Isle of Harris holidays now!