Harris: Beach Combing, Walking, Fishing: Fly fishing at the many Lochs/ permits at estates, Rock, Boat and Beach Fishing, Cycling, Bike Hire, Kayaking trips, Seal Watching trips, Hill Walking, Climbing, Bird Watching, North Harris bird watching centre, many walks info available in the house. Swimming in the ocean, tip wetsuits! or at Tarbert- Harris Sports Centre/ school entrance, kite surfing we'll inform you of the best beaches. Golfing, 5 min from the House is the most beautiful golf course of Europe at Scarista. Further many Art Galleries, Good Seafood restaurants, Cafe's, Hotel's for lovely lunches and meals like Rodel Hotel, Tarbert Harris Hotel, Scarista house, Temple Cafe and Croft 36-Northton, Anchorage Restaurant and Harris Art Cafe, Butty Bus-Leverburgh near Pier.
If possible we can arrange baby sitting for you.
Harris Outdoor Adventure, enquiries/bookings, mail: email@example.com T 01859-520456 or 07788425157 is located at Leverburgh (Pier Road, Unit 1, opposite the ferry) Mountain Bike Hire, Sea Kayaking, X-sailing, Archery and Boat/Fishing/Seal/watching trips
Beach walking, Most stunning beaches: Northton the 5 hidden jewels, walk to the Temple ruin starting at Northton, 5 min. Further The vast expanse of Scarista beach, both beaches at a 5 min drive from Kilda House. Horgabost, Nisabost and Luskentyre beach at a 10 min, drive from the house.
Cycle or walk part of the Hebridean Way, a sign posted path: Pedal your way along stunning coastal paths, or choose to Western Isles MTB trails over mountain and moor – with each one of our amazing islands offering an exciting, enriching Outer Hebrides cycling or walking experience.
Cutting across the moor from Leverburgh, I reach the crest of the pass and my first ‘wow’ moment. Beaches and dunes merge into one another, as though I'm gazing at a slightly out of focus picture. To the south are the sands of Northton, a township also known by its Gaelic name of Taobh Tuath. The tide has receded to conjoin the beaches right through to the hamlet of Scarasta to the north, where the dunes wobble out at 90 degrees towards the sea, the grass on their ridges creating the appearance of a giant caterpillar. From the ground up, the colour scheme is sensational: strips of green, yellow, blue and the metallic shades of the brooding Harris hills. Piping oystercatchers and lapwings engaged in spiralling aerial battles criss-cross this canvas. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/news/walk-magazine/current-issue/2015/august/autumn-2015/rrid-hebridean-way.aspx#sthash.BGqQoXk9.dpuf
Swimming in the sea (wetsuits might be useful).
Harris Sport Centre Tarbert-Swimming Pool/Sauna/Gym
Kite Surfing is popular at several Harris Beaches.
Golf, the most beautiful golf course in Scotland at Scarista, just 5 minutes from the house you will find a 9 hole links 4900 yards Pat 68, sss65
Callanish Standing Stones
Harris Tweed Shop Harris Tweed Shop Tarbert
Seallam Genealogic Centre seallam
Callanish standing stones older than Stonehenge at Lewis callanish on wikipedia
Butt of Lewis Butt of lewis on wikipedia
Dun Carloway Broch Broch on wikipedia
Black House Museum blackhouse museum
Gearrannan black house village www.gearrannan.com
Amhuinnsuidhe Castle www.amhuinnsuidhe.com
Hushinish hushinish on wikipedia
The Harris Distillery http://www.harrisdistillery.com
St. Kilda Cruises Kilda Cruises
The archipelago of St Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles, lies 41 miles (66 kilometres) west of Benbecula in Scotland's Outer Hebrides.
Its islands with their exceptional cliffs and sea stacs form the most important seabird breeding station in north-west Europe. The evacuation of its native population in 1930 brought to a close an extraordinary story of survival.
Today, three organisations, The National Trust for Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage and the MoD, work in partnership to further a continuing programme of conservation and research on the islands to ensure the care and protection of this World Heritage Site.