Carved out of some of the oldest rock in the world, the Outer Hebrides lie at the most North Westerly point in Europe.
Stark moorland, glistening lochs, rugged hills, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters make up the diverse and dramatic scenery of the Islands. Bursting with world-famous archaeological sites, Lewis is the largest and most populous of the Islands, and holds the Neolithic Callanish Stones', the Pictish Carloway Broch and numerous Norse mills. Uig is stuffed full of archaeology and we can happily send you off on a cycle tour of famous and lesser-known sites.
The west coast of Lewis and Harris experiences the full impact of the North Atlantic swells and have the most consistent surf in Europe, our mate Rodney "Cheggs" Jamison can provide surf lessons and hire. The whole landscape of the island is built for exploration and adventure with the road, track and trail to ride and bays and islands to explore by kayak or boat. If it's a boat you're looking for be sure to check out our good neighbours at Seatrek and our East coast friends at Hebrides Fish n Trips!
Stornoway has a lively and vibrant social scene, with pubs, live music venues, restaurants, and an arts centre. Accommodation can be found all over the Island from campsites to hotels, see links below for local providers. In Stornoway, the Lews Castle grounds is an extensive mixed woodlands where new trails offer some challenging technical rides.