The Eshaness cliffs are one of the most breathtaking sights I have ever seen in my 65 years. Situated on Northmavine, Shetland, Scotland; the surrounding landscape is beautiful green landscape, rolling hills and is typically treeless.
The base of the cliffs feature roiling water, large boulders and turbulent surf. Some days you can make out the oil rigs 20 miles off the horizon. The fields close to the cliffs feature 3-4" rocks which have been pitched up onto the cliffs from the sea below during high winds and turbulent seas.
There is a lighthouse here that was built in the 1920s and automated in 1974. The lighthouse keepers residence can be rented.