The Butt of of Lewis - The Outer Hebrides - Western Isles - Photos

Butt of lewis - the most northerly point of The Isle of Lewis, there is a lovely lighthouse - which is the most Northerly lighthouse in the Western Isles. The Butt of Lewis is known as the windiest place in the UK - however we have been there on lovely sunny days when the wind really is just a slight 'breeze' - watching the seals - and the birds. Shags, gulls, gannets diving. With its grassy banks and spectacular cliffs it is a place not to be missed.
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Butt of Lewis Lighthouse

This lovely lighthouse in Lewis has quite a history. It was built in 1862 by the Stevenson brothers. The tower rises to 121 feet (37metres) and unlike many Scottish lighthouses it was built using red brick. The Lighthouse is situated in an incredibly beautiful setting and the views around of the birds on the cliffs are just stunning......

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