Beaches

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Uig Beach

Uig Beach lies on the south western side of the Isle of Lewis and is one of the largest beach areas. The beach has places to camp and also has a toilet block. Read more

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Tolsta Beach

Tolsta Beach is located at the northern end of the B895. This beach is one of the premier beaches on the island and has toilet facilities. Additionally, there is a good walk over the 'Bridge to nowhere' along the coast. Read more

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Dalmor and Dalbeag

Lie to the north of the village of Carloway on the West side. Mor means big and Beag means small in Gaelic, and is the distinction between the two. Dalbeag Beach is to the North of Dalmor. Read more

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Beach at Ness

Ness is the most northerly village on Lewis and Ness Beach, its most northerly beach. Ness is a good choice to visit, as it has both wet day and dry day activities, including a sports centre and 'world class' play park located on the western shore and dunes. The beach and picturesque harbour are a bonus. Read more

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Bostadh Beach

Bostadh Beach lies at the top north west corner of Great Bernera. Great Bernera is accessed nowadays across a bridge and the route is down the B8059. An added attraction to the beach is the restored Iron age Mill which lies at the head of the beach. The building emerged from the sands after a storm. Read more

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Traigh Chuil (Beach at Coll)

The beach is located just off the main road north to Tolsta, to the North East from Stornoway. Access to the beach is mainly at the southern end where a small camp-site is located. Read more

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Valtos Beach

Valtos beach lies on the West of Lewis and is found by driving towards Uig on the B8011 and turning right at the end of Loch Roag. A single track road leads you past the white Uig Parish Church to a junction. The road is a large loop that ends up back at the church passing both beaches. Read more