Meadows, lochs, moorlands, castles—the Isle of Harris packs all of the Scottish signatures into one punch. The east side of Harris boasts some of the oldest known rocks in the world, dating back millions of years. On the west side, white sand beaches are caressed by gray-green waters that are perfect for surfing. Cruise over to the volcanic islands of St. Kilda and explore the ruins of a medieval village. The Harris Outdoor Adventure Centre offers kayaking, sailing, windkarting and mountain biking excursions to suit all levels of experience.
Restaurants in Isle of Harris
5.0 based on 1,055 reviews
This is as close to heaven as you could get, it took my breath away so calming and peaceful.The white sand and crystal clear sea that just go on for miles and miles with the Harris hills as a backdrop it truely is a magical place
5.0 based on 275 reviews
5 Star VisitScotland grading for day trips to St Kilda World Heritage Site and winner of the Scottish Thistle Award for Best Outdoor Adventure Experience. Established in 2005, Kilda Cruises has unparalleled experience of St Kilda day trips and operates with the highest level of quality and comfort. Bookings by individuals, small groups and private charters welcome.
5.0 based on 29 reviews
Gallery in beautiful garden setting, in secluded bay, along a tree lined road i Drinishader on the Golden road, Isle of Harris
This gallery is perched above the rocky shore of the Bays of Harris, with views across The Minch to Skye, reached along a drive which winds through delightful gardens. Willie and Moira Fulton produce high quality paintings of local landscapes and local weather. We are the proud owners of some originals.
5.0 based on 205 reviews
This was such an amazing beach, stunning views all around, soft white sands, and hardly anybody around. We had earlier visited Luskentyre beach, and found that to be far too busy and an unpleasant experience due to the hoards of people and human excrement everywhere. You can park just on the road side here, just before you get to Northton, and walk through the field, and into the dunes where the wonders of this beach then reveal themselves. We spent a magical and solitary couple of hours here, just marvelling at the views and solitude. We will be back
4.5 based on 390 reviews
Lots of interesting tombs and carvings inside the church and a few outside . It helped complete the cultural aspect of our trip to Harris . A few were very , unusual , shall we say , I'll let you look it up .
4.5 based on 199 reviews
We took this route by accident (!) but it was one of the highlights of our stay on Harris - absolutely breathtaking views, almost otherworldly in places. Be prepared to take it slow - there are lots of blind corners and more than a few stubborn sheep too!
5.0 based on 207 reviews
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