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All reviews iron age house an iron beautiful beach white sand clean sand turquoise sea golden sands wonderful location worth a visit toilet facilities beautiful sunny day few hours visiting lewis day trip short walk huge bell stunning views
I guess if you choose to travel to the outer Hebrides in January you will have everything to yourself, the weather, the solitude, the beaches to name a few things.
It was cold, it was frosty, it was sheer bliss.
The sea was turquoise the...More
Great little beach, only a short walk from the car park which has toilets.
It’s a flat beach, white sands and turquoise waters, with impressive black rocks around in the shallows. Even though it’s December it’s mild weather, 9 degrees and dry, and We actually...More
Bosta Beach on the tiny Isle of Great Bernera is amongst the most beautiful of beaches I have ever come across in the UK and better than most beaches in the Mediterranean or Caribbean. As it appeared into view I was absolutely lost for words....More
Worth the drive, it is breathtaking. Beauty on earth. Massive white sand beaches, enormous rock out crops, and just plain WILD. We drove after landing in Stornoway on the afternoon ferry. Beautiful landscape on the drive to the beach as well. Dont miss this while...More
I’d seen pictures of bosta beach before we went, the seascape especially if you like photography is simply amazing, I also knew there was the time and tide Bell so wanted to see this as well, as you enter onto the beach take a walk...More
Beautiful, white sand,it is gorgeous. The beach goes on and on,lovely walks along the sand.It is a great place to see dolphins and seals,but we weren't lucky that day.
Will need to return and check it out again.
The sort of place I don’t want to review because it’s best that people don’t know about it! Stunning beach with white sand and green water and a beautiful skyline. Wow! There is a huge bell on the rocks to warm of the incoming tide....More
My parents originated from the Isle of Lewis. I hadn't been back for around 10 years. We based our trip just outside Stornoway at Holm near where the Iolaire disaster happened many decades ago. I returned to bostah beach where my father is buried in...More
In Scotland you can camp anywhere as long as there is no sign to say you require a permit. Wild camping is permitted with the understanding that you respect the environment and don't camp in a way that causes obstruction or... More
In Scotland you can camp anywhere as long as there is no sign to say you require a permit. Wild camping is permitted with the understanding that you respect the environment and don't camp in a way that causes obstruction or intrusion to others including residents. There is an area above the beach and another behind the beach that would probably be suitable for a tent.