South Uist - South end
The South End of South Uist epitomises unspoiled with numerous white sand beach coves looking across the shallow waters and sands towards neighbouring Eriskay, which can be accessed from here by causeway.
Visit the prehistoric Polachar Stone – a monolithic monument believed to have originally marked the site of an ancient landing spot on the island’s shore – signposting the way for the early settlers in the south.
Dating from 2000 BC, the stone stands more that 1.7 metres tall against the stunning backdrop of sea and sky and as the sun sets, casts the shadow of the past on the landscape of the present.
The nearby Polochar Inn provides accommodation and Highlands and Islands Food and Drink Awards nominated menus as well as a fantastic beer garden, where guest can sometimes spot dolphins playing close to the south end shore.
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