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Our aim is to build up a database of Scottish Islands information based websites. If you would like to suggest a website for inclusion in our links page, please e.mail the details to us.

190 Campsites in Scotland considers the facilities of many fascinating places to stay in the Highlands & Islands, within glens and pastures, on moorlands and shorelines.

The Ultimate Camping Guide has been compiled by Will Tottle and is a 'must' for the many varieties of camping, aspects of techniques, kit, care, packing, sites and ingenious ways of making potentially difficult and arduous tasks into easy and manageable procedures.

Can Stock Photo has over 30 million professionally-taken, royalty-free photographs that includes fine galleries of Scottish themes.

GoGraph has some 27 million images for downloading at very reasonable prices. Go on, take a look.

Fotosearch also has a fantastic number of photographic images - some 33.3 million of them, including thousands of the Scottish islands.

Barewalls is a fine website for those looking for ways to give a new look to a room or even to cover up a blemish or two.

FreeArt is a website to be regarded as as a gallery for anyone to wander around and acquire pictures at reasonable prices.

Video History Scotland attempts to preserve Scottish history and to bring memories to life with scenes, resorts, boats and trains. This is the material that will give the mind the opportunity to stimulate and re-create.

Undiscovered Scotland is an ultimate guide to going places and preparing yourself beforehand as to what to see, where to stay and how to understand the state / locality you are in.

The Gatliff Hostels are not numerous, but the three of them - in Rhenigidale, North Harris; Berneray, North Uist; Howmore, South Uist - are hostels of destination, not of transition. You will want to stay.

The Island Dwellings of North Uist    Here's a website giving plenty of information about the exclusive places to live in the distant past. The GAMA Award winner and contributor to this magazine, Robert Lenfert, has produced this distinctive and well-illustrated material.  -  The Carmichael Watson Project is certainly worth considering for its insights about the social, linguistic and literary heritage of the Gaelic regions, in general, and the folklore collecting activies of Alexander Carmichael (1832 - 1912) on South Uist, in particular. - Dry Island has a quite unique situationamid the scenery of Badachro Bay on Scotland's Magnificent west coast. - Photo stock library specialising in the landscape, nature and social documentry of the Hebrides and the west coast of Scotland. Used by picture researchers & graphic designers for brochures, travel guides, magazine articles and websites. - Resources, links and information about the abandoned and sparsley populated islands of Scotland. - The stunning world of Sue Anderson's photography is brought to you here at Island Focus so that you can share and enjoy her passion for the dramatic scenery of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. - Easdale is a small island in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland, 16 miles south of Oban. 'Eilean Eisdeal', the Easdale Island Trust, is a charitable organisation run by residents and friends of the island to carry out projects on the island of benefit to the community and with the long term aim of regeneration and sustainability for the island. - Berneray lies in the Sound of Harris in the Western Isles of Scotland. It is a small island (roughly 2 miles by 3) rich in wildlife and history, with a long sweep of white sand on the west coast, backed by high dunes and machair. - Welcome to the web site of award-winning Northern Light Charters. We live on the Isle of Mull and work from Oban, on the beautiful West coast of Scotland. - The Colonsay Community Website. - The most comprehensive online guide to camping on the Scottish Islands. - Visit the Isle of Barra - the most beautiful little island in Britain. - Fair Isle is Britain's most isolated inhabited island. Visit our community web site to find out more. - The official web site for the communities of Skye, Lochalsh, and Raasay in the north west of Scotland. - The Iona Community, founded in 1938 by the Rev George MacLeod, is an ecumenical Christian community that is committed to seeking new ways of living the Gospel in today's world. - This site tells the story of St Kilda and also explains activities taking place today in this special place. - Isle of Tiree Online News. - The Isle of Gigha is one of the most tranquil islands making up the Inner Hebrides, and can be found just off the west coast of Scotland. We can guarantee that once you have visited, you will want to come back time and time again. - The Island of Arran is situated on the south west coast of Scotland. - We are a small community of 70 people who enjoy our island life, and look forward to telling you about our home. Eigg is once again a growing island community with its own Heritage Trust to look after every aspect of its development and its future. - Located in the western approaches to 'Scapa Flow' the small island of 1,000 acres is home to just 21 folk. - Welcome to Orknet - the home of Orkney-related information and discussion. - This web site gives general information and pictures that may be of interest to visitors and to people who are considering taking up residence in our island. - Papa Westray or Papay is an island in the Orkney group. Described as 'Orkney in miniature' this northerly Orcadian island is rich in archaeology and birdlife. These pages provide information on how to get to Papa Westray, where to stay, ideas on what to see and do on Papay - and the Papay Development Trust Community Plan. - Orkneyjar. The heritage of the Orkney island web site. - Welcome to the Isles of Mull and Iona. - Orkney Archaeological Trust web site. - Welcome to the Home Page of the Shetland Museums Service. The Museums Service consists of three museums, the Shetland Museum, The Croft House Museum and the Böd of Gremista Museum.


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