Hebridean fish, venison and lamb are second to none, to say nothing of Harris home baking. If, like us, you enjoy a good feed, you'll find plenty to get your teeth into on Harris and Lewis. Try out new dishes at home in the well-equipped kitchen at Sith-Phort or visit one of the growing number of excellent cafés and restaurants on the islands.
Harris and Lewis have a distinctive Gaelic culture and language, and a long history of human habitation. This rich heritage is expressed in a wealth of historical and cultural sites on the islands, from the Neolithic remains at Callanish and Carloway to the contemporary art, music and writing featured at the An Lanntair arts centre in Stornoway.
Whether you want to paddle in turquoise waters, scale the Harris hills or scan the vast Hebridean skies for golden eagles, you'll find Harris and Lewis to be a perfect destination for outdoor pursuits. As well as offering excellent and varied terrain for walking, the islands are ideal for kayaking, cycling, wild swimming and angling.