Inner and Outer Hebrides
The Inner and Outer Hebrides of Scotland (also known as the Western Isles), offer some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery with barren landscape, fantastic coastline, white sandy beaches and important historic and archaeological sites.
Explore the Inner and Outer Hebrides
The Inner and Outer Hebrides are group of islands, also known as the Western Isles of Scotland are located off the west coast of Scotland. The islands are sub-divided into two groups, the Inner Hebrides, which include the Isle of Skye, Islay and a few other islands and the Outer Hebrides which include the Isle of Lewis, Isle of Harris, North & South Uist and many more.
The inner hebrides offers stunning landscapes, fantastic beaches and important historical sites including Eilean Donan Caslte, Castle Moil and Dunvegan Castle.
The main islands of the Outer Hebrides are a diverse set of inter-connected islands with their own unique attractions. Experience peace and tranquillity on the islands and stunning landscapes. The islands offer a range of outdoor activities from cycling to canoeing.
Staying on the Islands
There is a huge range of excellent holiday accommodation in the Inner and Outer Hebrides . This includes some stunning coastal accommodation ideal for family holidays and romantic getaways. The Islands are also ideal for walking holidays.