You don't have to travel far to visit these incredible islands
Posted on 14/12/2018 13 shares

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They're so close, yet they feel so far. Scotland's islands are practically at your doorstep and the perfect place for a weekend away. Take a photographic journey of these Scottish Islands.

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  • Orkney Islands
    Orkney Islands

    The Orkney Islands are a paradise for archeologists around the world. They're endowed with natural beauty and ancient remains dating back to the Neolithic era.

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  • Isle of Lewis
    Isle of Lewis

    It's like a postcard of Scotland's rugged and windswept landscape. Surrounded by local fishing and weaving industries, this is a quiet escape into nature.

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  • Isle of Skye
    Isle of Skye

    Fancy locavore cooking? You've arrived at the right place. Wine and dine while admiring this scenic Scottish view.

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  • Isle of Iona
    Isle of Iona

    Away from noise and clutter, it's time for you to read a book, draw, paint or simply ink the world with your words. Come and ignite the artist in you on the small island of Iona.

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  • Isle of Barra
    Isle of Barra

    This southern Outer Hebrides island is best known for the book-turned-comic movie Whisky Galore. Its white sand beach, beautiful small airport and floating castle in the middle of the bay is enough for you to come and stay.

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