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Hebrides Guide

Standing majestically at the northwest edge of Europe, this 150 mile-long island chain of beaches, culture, wildlife and adventure is a haven for outdoor activities, and a great place to unwind.

Nowhere else will you find such diversity of landscapes and species, arts, crafts and music: the islands have an abundance of beautiful habitats... Peaceful, unspoilt and natural. Fresh water and sea lochs unsurpassable in their beauty and abundance provide a great resource for fishermen and bird life. Traditional music and crafts live on in a lively and modern culture, which is civilised in the true sense of the word. Pioneering sporting and cultural events attract people from all over the world to experience this Gaelic heartland.

Here is a list just some of the attractions
at the Hebrides:

An Lanntair Arts Centre, bringing you the best in Arts, Events, Music & Entertainment in The Western Isles. Kenneth Street Stornoway Isle of Lewis, HS1 2DS.

The Harris Tweed Shop, Impressive range of clothing and gifts, many produced in the Hebrides including items made from authentic Harris Tweed. Main Street Tarbert Isle of Harris HS3 3DJ.

Bill Lawson Enterprises, Genealogy and history books, guided walks, photographs, illustrated talks and lectures. The Old Schoolhouse Taobh Tuath (Northton) Isle of Harris HS3 3JA.

Seallam Visitor Centre, Co Leis Thu? genealogy service for the Western Isles of Scotland. Retail area and natural history section. Taobh Tuath Northton Isle of Harris HS3 3JA.

Hebridean Smokehouse, Watch us making our Peat Smoked Salmon, Seatrout and Scallops. Have real taste of the Hebrides. 'best in the world'. Prue Leith. Clachan, Locheport Isle of North Uist HS6 5HD.

Borgh Pottery, Ceramics handmade and complemented by a range of gifts, some of them made on the island. Fivepenny House Borgh Isle of Lewis HS2 0RX.

Harbour View Gallery, Gallery exhibiting contemporary original paintings, prints and cards of highland and island scenes by A.J. Barber. Port of Ness Isle of Lewis HS2 0XA.

Calanais Visitor Centre, 'The Story of the Stones' Exhibition. Shop, Coffee-shop. Calanais Isle of Lewis HS2 9DY.

Angus MacLeod Archive, Books, talks, visits, publications, and research on the history of Scottish islands in their wider contexts. Ravenspoint Centre Kershader South Lochs Isle of Lewis HS2 9QA.

Scotland is packed with stunning countryside views, steaped in history and proud of its many traditions.
There really is something for everyone in Scotland and the BEST way to get the full experience is by camping.

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