Unst is Britain’s most northerly inhabited island and is part of the Shetland Islands.
Giant cliffs, sea stacks and sheltered bays are typical of Unst which is a major breeding ground for a range of seabirds. Gannets, guillemots and kittiwakes can all be seen here. Marine life off the coast includes seals, porpoises and even whales.
Unst and Yell hold great appeal for geologists, botanists and birdwatchers.
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