The Isle of Barra lies at the southern end of the chain of islands known as the Western Isles or the Outer Hebrides.
Caledonian MacBrayne operates a ferry service from Oban to Castlebay. The cruise on board a fully equipped modern car ferry takes around five hours, providing plenty of opportunity to relax and even spot a dolphin or whale on route.
There is also a ferry service from Eriskay to Barra with up to 5 crossings a day. The journey takes around 40 minutes across the Sound of Barra.
- Caledonian Macbrayne – www.calmac.co.uk
Experience the thrill of flying to the Isle of Barra
Land on the only beach operating scheduled flights in the UK!
The Isle of Barra Beach Hotel
Isle of Barra
Tel: 01871 810383
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Patch's Perch...A walk out today to see a beautiful memorial to a beautiful soul... ... See MoreSee Less
Through the rocks...you might want to turn the sound down as the wind is loud.... ... See MoreSee Less
A walk on one of my Favourite Beaches this morning...- Cleat Beach... ... See MoreSee Less
That’s where my grandmother was born and brought up. My mother was born there. My mums cousin in law still stays there .
Wow!! Love all these photos! Beautiful!
I love that beach too 🙂
How beautiful! Steve Turnbull..this need to go on our list! XX
One day - hopefully soon - the place for my vacation
Absolutely stunning Thank you x
Is that the one with tunnel in the rocks at the end ?
Looks beautiful x