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This archaeological site lays in a beautiful location, overlooking the sea. One of the oldest sites in Scotland, well worth a visit. If you do, please be mindful. This site has been around for generations lets keep it for more to come.
My wife and I were the only tourists on the morning flight .
The Knap was our first sight on the walking roundtrip. Being do lightly visited, You can walk into the remains of the house. Very interesting and unique. Strongly recommended!
Not often one...More
If you make it to Papa Westray then this is the No1 site to visit
We travelled over on a small ferry from Pierowall and hired bikes from the Papay Ranger to get round the island
The Knap is impressive and older - 3600BC -...More
Having been to Skara Brae and was impressed I was surprised that the building on Papa Westray was even older. It's in the same good condition but in an area at the bottom of a field with only a small notice board.
The Knap of Howar consists of two Stone Age dwellings in very good preserved condition. It sits right above the rocks and the sea, though at one time the sea was far away - it has come closer and closer over the years. In good...More
This is a neolithic site, on western part of island of Papa Westray in northern Orkney Islands. Has rock structure similar to Skara Brae in Mainland. Its a 20 minute walk from the airport and 15 minutes from the Papa Westray Hostel.
Just follow the...More
New Forest National Park Wiltshire, United Kingdom