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Sporting attractions

Sporting Attractions Harris has a first class Sports Centre, Golf Course and many outdoor activities Read more

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St Kilda

The island which is owned by the National Trust for Scotland has been declared a World Heritage Site and has the largest colony of guillemots in the world, the oldest and largest colony of fulmars, the biggest colony of puffins in Britain and over one million birds in total. Read more

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Boat Trips

Sea Trips and Expeditions are a very popular activity whilst visiting Harris. Visit both the Shiants and St Kilda on modern, fast boats with expert skippers Read more

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Beaches

Beaches are probably the feature of Harris that impress most visitors. The colour of the water, even on a dull day, and the purity of the sand are simply stunning. Read more

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Historical Attractions

Historical Attractions Read more

  • Events this month

    Events on April 4, 2015
    North Uist Sea Poems
    Starts: 7:15 pm
    Ends: April 4, 2015 - 9:45 pm
    Location: Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre, Lochmaddy, Isle of North Uist, Na h-Eileanan an Iar HS6 5AA, United Kingdom
    Description: Poetry and music with Pauline Prior-Pitt and friends including new music (harp, flute, violin and cello) by Catherine Eunson for the North Uist Sea Poems.
    Saturday 19:15 to 21:30 Entry £8
    Events on April 11, 2015
    The sound of Blueflint
    Starts: 10:00 pm
    Ends: April 11, 2015 - 10:30 pm
    Location: An Lanntair, Kenneth Street, Stornoway, SC HS1 2DS, United Kingdom
    Description: The sound of Blueflint is defined by the sublime close harmonies of Deborah Arnott and Clare Neilson whose voices are accompanied by a five-piece line-up intertwining banjos, fiddle, piano and more
    Location: Auditorium
    Cost: £12.00
    Events on April 17, 2015
    RURA
    Starts: 12:00 am
    Ends: April 18, 2015 - 12:00 am
    Location: An Lanntair, Kenneth Street, Stornoway, SC HS1 2DS, United Kingdom
    Description: 20:00 - 22:30
    Rugged yet disciplined, heartfelt whilst rousing and anthemic, refreshingly contemporary but rooted in tradition, all-together punch-packing .Rura are at the forefront of Scottish folk. Location: Auditorium Cost:£12.00