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Inner Hebrides

The Hebrides are a group of islands on the West of Scotland. The Inner Hebrides being the islands closer to the mainland. This chain of 79 islands that are the Inner Hebrides are divided into two groups, North and South with 35 of them being inhabited. The Southern Inner Hebrides include Mull, Islay and Jura and the Northern Inner Hebrides is where you will find Skye and some smaller islands.

Why Visit The Inner Hebrides?

Most islands can be reached by boat however there is now a bridge which connects Skye to the mainland making it easier for travellers touring Scotland to get a taste of island life. If you like nature, wildlife, amazing views, tranquil beaches, good local produce and island hospitality you must take a trip to one of these islands.

Explore The Inner Hebrides