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The coastal areas of the Outer Hebrides provide countless opportunities for sports and adventure. From surfing to sailing, there is something for everyone to do, with the backdrop of the islands’ spectacular scenery.

Walking around the Outer Hebrides provides an opportunity to see the unspoilt beauty of Europe’s hidden gem. From the empty white beaches to the peaty moorland, through abandoned villages and castle grounds, the islands offer a fascinating insight into the changing landscape of the Outer Hebrides over billions of years.

For adventure on the high seas, we recommend Seatrek who offer unforgettable boat trips around the Uig coast, Isle of Lewis (Stornoway) and Outer Hebrides as far as St Kilda. Whether your interest is in wildlife trips, a special charter or one of their family trips – there will be a trip to suit.   They have boats operating in the waters west of the Hebrides for most of the summer season, taking people to remote and spectacular locations.  For full details, visit www.seatrek.co.uk.  
(Special thanks to Seatrek is given for their permission to use some of their stunning photography on our website)

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Guide to the Outer Hebrides

Tourism Hebrides in partnership with The Stornoway Port Authority have produced an excellent 40 page guide to the Outer Hebrides. It covers everything you need to know and has some great suggestions for things to do!

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