Oh, the magical Outer Hebrides. Arriving on these incredible islands, you really will feel like you have escaped from it all. Discover a different pace of life as you explore untouched coasts and countryside, fascinating history and unique island cultures.
The Outer Hebrides is a group of islands off the west coast of Scotland, joined by causeways and ferries. Explore Lewis and Harris, Berneray, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist, Eriskay, Barra and Vatersay.
It's the captivating views, the endless beaches, ancient history, wonderful wildlife and finest fresh food that truly make a visit to the Outer Hebrides extraordinary. You can hear Gaelic being spoken or sung, listen to traditional folk musicians play in pubs, and see famous Harris Tweed being weaved by skilled local crafters. Or venture out on the wild side with cycling and mountain biking and of course, some brilliant watersports including sea kayaking and surfing.
This winter, experience #winterinthewild with extraordinary scenery, wildlife, stargazing in some of the darkest places in Britain, beautiful empty beaches, and a programme of high quality cultural events at An Lanntair in Stonorway.