The Outer Hebrides are Scotland’s Western Isles and are found beyond the Inner Hebrides. The chain of islands that form the Outer Hebrides includes Lewis, Harris, North and South Uist, Benbecula, Barra, St Kilda, 8 other smaller inhabited islands and more than 50 uninhabited ones. These isles have a strong community culture with ceilidhs, community events and crofting and have preserved the Gaelic language.
Why Visit The Outer Hebrides?
Nature lovers, outdoor adventurers and people looking for tranquillity will enjoy visiting these islands. Things to do include birdwatching, walking, kitesurfing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking and cycling. Historic Scotland have identified sites dating back to pre-medieval times so they are of great interest to the budding archaeologists. Bring your camera so you can capture some of the amazing sea views. Enjoy a warm Hebridean hospitality when you visit.
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