This is a hidden gem on Lewis. It's a bit of
This is a hidden gem on Lewis. It's a bit of a trek along the winding single track roads, but taking it easy will allow you to take in some of the breathtaking views and scenery on route. Facilities not fantastic but clean and the scenery around and about is to die for and more than makes this area worth a visit for a couple of days. There is a small hilltop restaurant about 1.5 miles away called Bonaventura (on an old RAF base) sells local seafood and produce and for around £30 per head for 3 courses. Food was out of this world. Nearby you have the beach with white sands and clear water, on a hot day you could imagine you're on a remote desert island, the beach has dunes and is surrounded by mountains and hills which often lends itself to some dramatic weather features. Wildlife will sometimes let their curiosity bring them closer to you than you expect. Altogether awe inspiring area that you will never forget. I'll add some photo's of my visit to the beach so you can see for yourself, the photo's were taken between 10pm and 11.30pm.
Type of accommodation: Camper
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