The concept of island hopping conjures up visions of freedom and adventure, whether it be in the sunny Aegean or the exotic Caribbean. The Hebrides offer Scotland's unique take - large skies, crashing seas and magnificent scenery, as well as wildlife, history, archaeology, sports and countless other attractions. Each island has a unique and individual character, landscape and history which have attracted and intrigued travellers and visitors for hundreds of years. "Hebridean Island Hopping" covers everything needed to get the most from a visit to any of the islands off the west coast of Scotland, all packed into one handy volume. Illustrated throughout with photographs and maps, and including practical information on what to see, where to stay, where to eat, how to get there and how to get around, this is an eminently practical, portable and essential guide for the independent traveller.
It includes: Ailsa Craig; Arran; Baleshare; Barra; Benbecula; Berneray; Bute; Canna; Coll; Colonsay/Oronsay; Cumbrae; Easdale; Eigg; Eriskay; Erraid; Gigha; Great Bernera; Grimsay; Harris; Holy Island; Iona; Islay; Isle Martin; Jura; Kerrera; Lewis; Lismore; Luing; Mingulay; Muck; Mull; North Uist; Raasay; Rona; Rum; Sanda; Scalpay; Seil; Shiant Isles; Shuna; Skye; South Uist; St Kilda; Staffa; Summer Isles; Taransay; Tiree; Treshnish Isles; Ulva; and, Vatersay.
Publisher: Birlinn General