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The Outer Hebrides has plenty to offer…

Whether you want an action filled holiday or just time to unwind, the Outer Hebrides has something to suit all tastes!

Askernish Golf Club  was first created by Old Tom Morris in 1891. In 2008 the course was restored to its original 18 hole facility.South Uist Golf

Rothan Cycles is based at Howmore and offers cycle hire.

Island Walk the Outer Hebrides offers plenty of lovely walks, including the hills of Beinn Mhor and Hecla in South Uist, or across the pristine machair landscape taking in the wildlife and wonderful array of machair flowers. Walk Highland and Islands fantastic routes in South Uist

Fishing Uist offers some of the finest wild game trout and salmon fishing. There are plenty of fresh and salt water lochs to choose from. Fishing South Uist

Wildlife and bird watching our magical island is home to eight species of birds of prey which include the Golden Eagle, White-tailed Eagle, Peregrine Falcon. You can also see otters, red deer, grey and common seals, this is just a sample of the wildlife the Outer Hebrides has to offer. Information on wildlife sightings and Tours

Uist Sea Tours stunning sea tours of the Uist coastline an amazing wildlife expierence. Book your Tour

Beaches – Collect shells, build sandcastles or simply relax and take a stroll along the white sandy beaches – enjoy some of the most stunning and breathtaking sunsets you’ll see.

Hebridean Jewellery is based in the town of Iochdar, South Uist. It makes quality celtic gold and silver jewellery and the designs are influenced by the rich culture of the Hebrides. It also incorporates a very welcoming cafe which serves the best coffee and home baking.  Jewellery Shop and Cafe

The Kildonan Museum in South Uist is a heritage and cultural amenity which also includes a craft shop and cafe. Visit the Museum and Cafe

Loch Druidibeg in the north of the island is a National Nature Reserve owned and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage. The reserve covers 34 square kilometres of machair, bogland, freshwater lochs and estuary. Over 200 species of flowering plants have been recorded here, some of which are nationally scarce.

Uist sculpture trail has a pathway for exploration via a series of seven commissioned works by artists. All sculptures were commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre. Each sculpture provides a place to sit surrounded by sea, islands and sky. The Listening Place by Valerie Pragnell is situated in South Lochboisdale. Visit website