Hebrides Islands Hebrides Islands

Tourist routes every year open up more and more places where the presence of people for hundreds of years was very limited. Such routes include the Hebridean Islands, located on the west coast of Scotland.

Hebrides Islands

These harsh, but beautiful places have always been considered an inexhaustible source of inspiration for poets and artists. Nowadays, numerous tourists and photographers have been added to admirers of the beautiful landscapes of the islands. Most tourists prefer hiking.

Hebrides (Hebrides), is an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, consisting of more than 500 large and small islands, forming two chains separated by the inner Hebrides Sea. The islands are divided into Inner and Outer Hebrides.

The largest islands of the Inner Hebrides include the islands of Skye, Mull, Islay, Jura, Ram.

The Outer Hebrides include the large islands of Lewis & Garis, North - Uist, Benbecula, South - Uist, Barra.

Hebrides Islands ferry service

Safe and comfortable ferries with experienced crews and proven skippers, in a matter of hours will move tourists to places where you can see non-frightened seals, guinea pigs, huge (up to 60,000 birds) colonies of cormorants, will give you the opportunity to see noble deer and amazing mountain cows. All you need to move to the chosen island of the South Hebrides is to travel from Glasgow by train to the ferry (50 minutes), and in less than an hour, the ferry will deliver to any island of the archipelago. Arran Adventure Company (www.rranadventure.com) organizes outdoor activities. Ferries from Ardrossan to the mainland (for example), run with a regularity of one hour, a two-hour ferry from Kenn Craig regularly takes tourists to Isla Island, from the mainland port of Obala a two-hour ferry flies to Colonsay, moving from the port of Obala to Mall Island takes 40 minutes.

Inland and mainland ports are quite numerous, but all are integrated with the railway connection. Regular ferry flights in time do not exceed 1 -1.5 hours, the longest (5 hours 10 minutes), to last a ferry transfer from the port of Oban to the island of Minch.

In addition to beautiful views and unique landscapes, tourists have access to diving, kayaking or canoeing, windsurfing or fishing. The small population of the islands provides privacy and complete fusion with natural beauties.