A jigsaw of islands flanking the West Coast, the inner and outer Isles of the Hebrides combine extraordinary beauty and tranquillity with the wildest of sport.
Miles of untouched white sand, wheeling oyster catchers, lobster potting and a myriad of lochs, some famed for their Salmon and Seatrout, others gin clear, for their large wary trout. Woodcock and Snipe abound in the winter, and accommodation includes Castles by the sea-shore and remote wild lodges.
Getting there couldn’t be easier – by ferry or air. The journey is all part of the adventure and worth every second.