Getting About

  1. Sound of Barra ferry coming into port at Eriskay
    The islands not linked by causeway or bridge can be travelled to by ferry service and this means all islands in the archipelago are inter-linked.
  2. Hire car at Niseabost beach, Harris
    If you want to see the Island at your own pace, hiring a car is a great option.
  3. Passing Place at Vatersay beach
    Driving is a popular choice. Please take a few minutes to read, especially if you are not used to driving on single track roads!
  4. Buses in Stornoway bus station
    Explore the Outer Hebrides by public transport and take advantage of a range of bus routes.
  5. Bikes at Johns Bunkhouse, Berneray
    The quiet roads in the Western Isles are perfect for Scottish island cycling breaks, and seeing the isles under pedal power is a popular choice with visitors.
  6. Taxi road sign
    Let someone else drive you around and use a taxi to navigate your way around the Islands.
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