The small Island of Barra is just 20km around and has a large number of beautiful beaches, machair and gently hills. The people that live on Barra have a very strong sense of community and this is another good reason to go there. Castlebay is the largest village and on an islet in front, there's the beautiful Kisimul Castle.
The Island of Lewis is the most northerly Island of the Outer Hebrides, here during the summer the sun sets at around 11 pm and the best place to see it is at the Butt of Lewis, the rugged and windswept tip of Lewis. Dalbeg Bay is maybe one of the most beautiful bays of Scotland, another wonderful place for outstanding sun sets. The Dun Carloway Broch is a very well preserved 2000-year-old tower. The 54 Standing Stones of Callanish were built about 4000 years ago and represent a Celtic Cross.