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Culture and Heritage

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  1. Dun Mhulan

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    Dun Mhulan

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of South Uist

    The broch of Dùn Mhulan was inhabited during the Iron Age. This large tower-like house was built around 150 BC, originally on an island within a freshwater loch, long before the open sea had broken through.

  2. Add North Rona to your Itinerary

    North Rona

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of Lewis

    North Rona is an uninhabited, isolated island 44 miles in the open sea north of the Butt of Lewis, and is seldom visited except by occasional private vessels. But its isolation has preserved the archaeological sites of the island in a relatively undi

  3. Add Listening Place Sculpture to your Itinerary

    Listening Place Sculpture

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    Arts & Crafts

    Isle Of South Uist

    The Listening Place Scuplture, forms part of the Uist sculpture Trail

  4. Add Vikings and the Lords of the Isles Part I to your Itinerary

    Vikings and the Lords of the Isles Part I

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    Historic Sites

    Isle of Lewis

    Since our ancestors landed on the Hebrides over 8,000 years ago, sailing and boat building has been an integral part of the islands’ life. Far from being a barrier, the Sea of the Hebrides formed a major thoroughfare trade and communications

  5. Add Sanctuary Sculpture to your Itinerary

    Sanctuary Sculpture

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of North Uist

    The Scantuary sculpture forms part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.

  6. Add Gaelic for Sailors - Colours to your Itinerary

    Gaelic for Sailors - Colours

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    Gaelic Language

    Gaidhlig (Gaelic in English and pronounced gaalic not gaylic) remains the majority language of the Outer Hebrides. The majority of placenames in the islands are Gaelic or a gaelicised form of Norse. Familiarity with the more common words can greatl

  7. Stac a' Chaisteal

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    Stac a' Chaisteal

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of Lewis

    Stac a' Chaisteal is is a dramatic, pinnacle shaped stack, surmounted by a plateau complete with what has clearly been a substantial building, joined to the adjacent cliffs by a knife edge of rock. The stack is too dangerous to access.

  8. Add South Uist War Memorial to your Itinerary

    South Uist War Memorial

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of South Uist

    South Uist War Memorial

  9. Add Hut of the Shadows to your Itinerary

    Hut of the Shadows

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of North Uist

    The Hut of the Shaddows by artist Chris Drury forms part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.

  10. Add Dùn Èisdean to your Itinerary

    Dùn Èisdean

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of Lewis

    Dùn Èistean is traditionally known as the stronghold of the Clan Morrison. Archaeological excavation and survey work has found evidence for a defended medieval settlement on the island, with dwellings, storage buildings, a defensive wall and a tow.

  11. Add Isle of Harris Distillery to your Itinerary

    Isle of Harris Distillery

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    Distilleries

    Isle of Harris

    The first distillery in Harris has opened it's doors. The Harris Distillery is a working distillery that welcomes guests. Join us on a tour of the distillery, sit by the peat fire or enjoy the flavours of the Island in the canteen.

    Telephone

    01859 502212
  12. Add Kilpheder (Cille Pheadair) Wheelhouse to your Itinerary

    Kilpheder (Cille Pheadair) Wheelhouse

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of South Uist

    A well-preserved aisled wheelhouse was excavated in 1952 in the machair at Kilpheder (Cille Pheadair).

  13. Add Baille nan Cailleach to your Itinerary

    Baille nan Cailleach

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of Benbecula

    Cladh Mhuire, the burial ground for the Benbecula community, is the only site associated with early Christianity in Benbecula ,which still remains in use.

  14. Add Stac Dhomhnuill Chaim to your Itinerary

    Stac Dhomhnuill Chaim

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of Lewis

    Stac Dhomhnuill Chaim is situated near the village of Mangersta in Uig.

  15. Add Scolpaig Tower to your Itinerary

    Scolpaig Tower

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of North Uist

    Scolpaig Tower is situated near the village of Scolpaig.

  16. Add Shoreline Stoneware to your Itinerary

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    Shoreline Stoneware

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    Arts & Crafts

    Isle Of North Uist

    Inspired by the Atlantic coastline, Shoreline Stoneware draws inspiration from its unique Hebridean environment. Beautiful hand-crafted pieces capture the essence of the Hebrides, reflecting connections between the land and light of Uist.

    Telephone

    01876 580372
  17. Add Grimsay Wheelhouse to your Itinerary

    Grimsay Wheelhouse

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    Type:

    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of North Uist

    Remains of a wheelhouse dating back to the iron age can be seen in Grimsay.

  18. Add St Clements Church (Tur Chliamainn) to your Itinerary

    St Clements Church (Tur Chliamainn)

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of Harris

    This is the largest and most splendid medieval church in the Outer Hebrides. NG 048 832

  19. Add Vallay Island (Balaigh) to your Itinerary

    Vallay Island (Balaigh)

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of North Uist

    Vallay is a beautiful desserted tidal island and is accessible at low tide from Sollas. Tidal information is available from the Tourist Information Centre in Lochmaddy.

  20. Add Udal Peninsula to your Itinerary

    Udal Peninsula

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    Monuments & Ruins

    Isle Of North Uist

    The Udal is thought to have been occupied from the Neolithic Age right up to the early 20th Century and is one of the most important archaeological sites in the UK.

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