South Harris offers some of the most dramatic scenery in Scotland.
You’ll find wide golden beaches along the Atlantic coast in full view of the mountains and a rugged boulder-strewn terrain lying to the east.
The mountains of South Harris are less dramatic than in the north, but the scenery is equally breathtaking. There's a choice of routes from Tarbert to the ferry port of Leverburgh, which connects with North Uist: the east coast, known as Na Baigh (The Bays), is rugged and seemingly inhospitable while hosting most settlements, while the west coast is endowed with some of the finest stretches of golden sand in the whole of the archipelago.
Several buses set off from Tarbert that travelg out along the east coast, and returning via all points along the west coast.