The Isle of Lewis - The Outer Hebrides- Western Isles - Photos
The Isle of Lewis is steeped in history and culture, ranging back thousands of years. Ancient stone circles, wild moorlands, stunning beaches and much more The Isle of Lewis has only town,Stornoway and three-quarters of the population of the Western Isles live in Lewis. Gaelic is spoken alongside English in The Isle of Lewis.
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The northern part of the Western Isles - known as Lewis, which is not an isle on its own, but is joined to Harris in the south. Between the two, is a range of mountains. The Isle of Lewis is the larges and most northern island of the Outer Hebrides. The northern part of the island is largely flat, with much peat land, but has some gorgeous beaches on its coastline edges. The south part of the island has dramatic scenery, with remote hills around Uig and the Pairc peninsula. The beautiful hills of the Isle of lewis are rugged and spectacular.

Mangersta - Isle of lewis
Mangersta gets the full swells of the Atlantic ocean. Hugh rollers crash onto the beach. Traigh Mhangurstadh is reached by parking on the left of the main road - about half a mile before the actual village. A gate leads onto the machair and down to the beach.. ......

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