Campsites in Hebrides
The Hebrides are located off the west coast of Scotland. There are two main groups Inner and Outer. ...Read more...
Lewis and Harris make up the largest island. Most of Harris is mountainous and Lewis is comparatively flat. Stornaway is a burgh on the Isle of Lewis. It is an important port and the major town of the Outer Hebrides. The harbour has a small fishing fleet and a small marina. A lighthouse is at the mouth of the harbour. A ferry sails from the harbour to Ullapool in the Highlands, every day. Seals are always found in the harbour. The Isle of North Uist has stunning beaches and freshwater locks. It has a nature reserve on the west coast run by the RSPB. Lochmaddy is the main town and looks out to Monarch islands where thousands of grey seal pups are born every year. With the highest sea cliffs in Britain, St.Kilda is the most important sea breeding station in north west Europe. This is a world heritage sit owned by the National Trust for Scotland. Harris Tweed is a cloth that has been hand woven by the islanders in their homes using wool that has been dyed and spun in the Outer Hebrides. There are several Harris Tweed mills on the islands.
Upper Coll, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0LT
Black Sheep Croft, 52 North Galson, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0SJ
Season: Open All Year
Laxdale, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0DR
Pitches: 43 | Season: April To October
5 Mangersta, Uig, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9EY
Pitches: 2 Camping Cabins | Season: Open all year
Isle of Benbecula, HS7 5PJ
Pitches: 25 | Season: April To October
Loch Greshornish, Borve, Arnisort, Edinbane, Portree, Isle of Skye, IV51 9PS
Pitches: 105 | Season: 29th March -25th October
Kneep, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9HS
Isle of Lewis, HS2 9EU
Hebrides campsite map
Use the map below to find a campsite in the Hebrides - simply zoom into the relevant area and you will find all the campsites indicated by markers.