photo: Duncan Fawkes
S T K I L D A W O R L D H E R I T A G E S I T E
Situated 40 miles west of Harris, and now readily accessible by fast, comfortable boats, these remote islands provide a rare and splendid insight into the natural and social history of the abandoned community. Home to the largest collections of gannets and other sea-birds in the UK, the spectacular scenery with some of the highest cliff faces in Scotland, and the now-abandoned village houses and schoolhouse, this double World Heritage Site is a must-see experience for visitors to the Hebrides.
I N F O R M A T I O N O N D A Y T R I P S
Boats leave Leverburgh daily in Summer, except Sundays, but the trips are extremely popular, and booking is essential. Click on the links here for further information: