Hebridean Hopscotch Holidays

Isles of Lewis and Gt Bernera

Even though Lewis is the most populated of the Outer Hebrides, it sometimes seems like the quietest – perhaps because there is so much space over which the population is scattered….. In fact, the total landmass of the Isle of Lewis and Harris, is the third largest of the British[…]

Isles of Harris and Scalpay

Amazing world-class beaches on the Isle of Harris The landscape is diverse, rugged and beautiful. Regardless of the time of year or weather, it has the power to transport you to a place of calm and quiet relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of modern living. Whether you want to[…]

Isle of Skye

When you add a day or two extra for your Hebridean adventure, the Isle of Skye is a fascinating place to linger, before or after an Outer Hebrides tour. You’ll use the short crossing between Uig and Tarbert (Harris) or Lochmaddy (North Uist).  We’re sure you won’t regret a stay[…]

Isles of Berneray, North Uist and Grimsay

Wherever you are in North Uist, we’ve found it’s always worth turning down small side roads. They often lead to interesting places and give a real taste of local life. The Uists have lots of deserted beaches, tiny villages and areas teeming with wildlife await your discovery. Take your time[…]

Isles of Benbecula, South Uist and Eriskay

White shell-sand Atlantic beaches, flower strewn machair on the west coast and moorland stretching to the rugged east side, you are sure to enjoy the beauty of these islands.  Discover South Uist’s hidden delights If you’re travelling south, Benbecula (Beinn na Faoghla) and South Uist follow North Uist.  If you[…]

Isles of Barra and Vatersay

With over 1,000 species of wild flowers, the Isle of Barra is known as the garden of the Hebrides.  Named after the patron saint, Saint Finnbarr, it’s an island paradise, measuring only around five miles across and eight miles long.  If Paradise exists on earth, surely this must be that[…]