Church of Scotland

Scarista, Scarista, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3 3HX

Type:Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys

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  1. Bag Steinigidh lies between Scarasta and Borve on the west coast of Harris.

    0.4 miles away
  2. Clach Steineagaidh

    This standing stone appears now as a single monolith overlooking one of the most…

    0.48 miles away
  3. Traigh Noisaboist (Nisabost) is a spectacular west coast beach with extensive views…

    0.53 miles away
  1. Facing out into the Atlantic Traigh Scarasta has dramatic views over the Sound of…

    0.85 miles away

  2. Photograph © David Wilson

    The book The Lewis Man starts with the body of a perfectly…

    0.97 miles away
  3. Iron Age Broch (Dun Bhurigh)

    Remains of an Iron Age broch at NG032 940 near the village of Borve.

    1.25 miles away
  4. Inspired by Scottish coastal Iron Age buildings. Designed by Stuart Bagshaw (Private…

    1.76 miles away
  5. Translated from Gaelic, Talla na Mara means the Centre by the sea. Overlooking Niseabost…

    2.26 miles away
  6. A stone building reminiscent of a Blackhouse, designed by Stuart Bagshaw in 1999 as an…

    2.56 miles away
  7. Distinctive medium sized wading bird with dark green upper parts, white underparts and a…

    2.59 miles away
  8. Frog orchid, northern marsh orchid, early marsh orchid, greater twayblade, and lesser…

    2.59 miles away
  9. Small wading bird with a curved bill and black belly.

    2.59 miles away
  10. 2.59 miles away
  11. Coir Fhinn Chambered Cairn

    Remains of chambered cairn

    2.62 miles away
  12. 2.67 miles away
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