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Amazing beach to hold hands and beach comb over this amazing beach. The statue is a reconstruction of the original but adds to the mystery, go see the pieces in the museums but this is about the beach not what was found, anyone giving the...More
It was pouring rain, high tide and so blustery but it was still amazing and gorgeous. Little sign posting to get there, but some locals helped us out. Kids cried and were soaked but the adults loved it!!!
Each visit to Isle of Lewis requires a visit to Uig sands. It's a breathtaking expanse of sand with a 360 view around. Allow plenty of time to explore if tide out. Free parking and toilet and shower facilities within reach of you decide to...More
There is a small camp site near to the beach. There are good facilities next to the picnic site: showers, toilets, utility room.
The beach itself is enormous at low tide, with a bridge over to a small island. Very smooth white sands, excellent for...More
we had a day out there whils staying in Stornoway, great scenery and the beach is amazing. when the tide is out you can walk for miles. we parked near the campsite which seemed to have every amemnuity. highlight was the golden eagle souring above...More
We spent 3 nights in a tent here - it was a long way from anywhere but there is a community shop about 5 mins drive away (the only shop for about 30mins!) There is carpark with facilities, then a lot of campervans etc on...More