To the North-East of Scotland, and around 50 miles past Orkney, lies the Shetland Islands. An archipelago of more than 100 islands, which have been inhabited for more than 6,000 years, they offer the traveller a truly unique cultural experience and some of the most amazing places to observe wildlife in the United Kingdom.
Containing up-to-date information from veteran travel writer Lindsey Porter, The Shetland Islands Visitor’s Guide 2018 includes up-to-date information on travel, accommodation, must-see sights, the best places to observe wildlife, and more. From ‘The Mainland’ (including Lerwick) to Bressay & Noss, Fetlar, Out Skerries, Papa Stour, Unst, Whalsay, Yell, Fair Isle and Foula – the guide details top attractions such as Jarlshof in Sumburgh, Mousa Broch on Mousa Island, the Kame Cliffs on Foula Island, St Ninian’s Island tombolo, and beyond.
The guide is hyperlinked so that readers can visit related web resources quickly and easily, and contains a wide range of photographs and maps from the islands. If you are planning to visit the Shetland Islands this year – this 2018 guide is your first stop!
Author: Lindsey Porter
Published 16 February 2018 | 10,000 words | eBook formats | £3.99
Book Categories: Travel.