Western Isles Vacations

Break away from the civilization and escape into a land where time stops and nature casts its spell— and indulge in Western Isles family vacations located in Scotland, or the Outer Hebrides as they're alternatively called. The Western Isles destinations are a stretch of heavenly islands to the northwest of Scotland that you can access by air or by sea. The Isle of Lewis is the first island in the extreme north and has Stornoway as its main town and port. The Isle of Harris, joined to the Isle of Lewis with a short border, has the most spectacular of British beaches along its west coast, and has an astonishing lunar-like landscape in the north, with boulders scattered around. North Uist attracts many tourists to its beautiful fresh and saltwater lochs and exotic wildlife. Benbecula, located between North and South Uist, has a steep solitary hill in its midst, across which the stunningly beautiful South Uist lies with its crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. The Island of Barra, perhaps the most beautiful island in Britain, has breathtaking beaches and seven lochs brimming with fish. The Western Isles family vacations have a fascinating history that dates from prehistoric times. The Callanish Stones, the13 primary monoliths dating back to 2900 BC, are located on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis; whereas Eilean Domhnuill in Noth Uist is the oldest artificial island constructed circa 3200-2800 BC. The Black House, Doune Broch and Bosta Iron Age House in Lewis, Kismul Castle in Barra, and Cladh Hallan in South Uist are some other must-visit ancient attractions.

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