Beautiful photos of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Seilebost, Luskentyre Sands, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Beautiful photos of Harris and Lewis
Luskentyre Sands on the Isle of Harris is considered one of Britain’s most beautiful beaches. Credit: Kenny Lam/VisitScotland

We take a tour of Scotland’s largest island, which is home to some of the most remote settlements in Britain. Take a look at these stunning photos of Lewis and Harris

Desolate yet dramatic, windswept and wild, Scotland’s ‘Long Island’, as it is known, comprises Lewis in the north and Harris in the south. It’s a fascinating mix of peat moorland and craggy mountains, white-sand beaches and turquoise bays, where hobbit-like houses hanker down in the face of blustery winds sweeping in off the Atlantic, blending almost imperceptibly with the rugged landscape.

Still not convinced? Then take a look at these beautiful photos of Lewis and Harris in the Outer Hebrides…

For the full feature on Lewis and Harris see the Sept/Oct 2017 (Nov 2017 in the US) issue of BRITAIN

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