The Campsite set amidst the dunes next to a wonderful beach with wonderful views.
In the summer, the Machair has an amazing and stunning array of wildflowers. It is full of colour. With a white sandy beach and bright turquoise blue water on your doorstep, if youâ€™re a wild swimmer, into watersports or in need of a summer sunbathe, this spot is perfect. But be warnedâ€¦the sun may be out but the sea will still be around 7 or 8 degrees
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|Talla na Mara
Talla na Mara is a new community owned venue in the heart of West Harris and includes 3 small pitches with electrical hook ups at the edge of the Centreâ€™s landscaped grounds.
The pitches are a short walk from Niseaboist beach and Macleodâ€™s standing stone with stunning views across the Sound of Taransay.
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Flodabay Farm offers a small site for up to 3 caravans or motorhomes on hardstanding pitches.
There is access to electric hookups, water and chemical disposal.
Full details can be accesed via the weblink above.
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|Minch View Caravan Park
This is a small family run site located on Harris. It can be found at Drinishader on the east coast south of Tarbert. Grid Ref NG 117 941. The site has space for 6 tourers and 8 tents and offers great views out over the Minch. There are facilities which include hot showers, electric hookups and a chemical waste disposal point. The site is ideally located for activities such as fishing and walking. It is in a small village location and there is a
Rating: 3.30 (8 votes)
|Fluran Caravan Isle of Barra
The owners of Fluran Caravan offer the availability of one pitch for a motorhome however this need to be booked by phone in advance of arrival. It is the only available pitch within Castlebay. The site also offers a 2 Bedroom Static caravan for hire which sleeps 4 comfortably in one double and one twin room. The caravan can accommodate 6 on request. Fluran Caravan is just a 5 minute walk from the main ferry terminal, and if available someone
Rating: 3.40 (1 votes)
|Ardroil Caravan & Campsite
This is a basic camping area right on the dunes of Traigh Uuige. Enter at the parking area for the beach. Run by the local crofting community. Only facilities are public conveniences and a water pipe. Strictly no towing or seasonal caravans. Community shop and seasonal community cafe within 1 mile. Please contact site for further info and details. OS map 13 GR 047,327.
Â£15 per night for campervan
Rating: 3.60 (4 votes)
|Otters Edge Campground at Shellbay House
The camp ground is situated on the Island Of Benbecula which means its ideally situated for all of the islands that make up our little piece of the Outer Hebrides. We have North Uist and Berneray to the North and South Uist and Eirskay to the South along with a myriad of smaller islands all of which are connected by permanent causeways. Bara, Harris and Lewis are accesible via Ferry from here.
â€‹Otters Edge Campground is a family owned
Rating: 3.66 (13 votes)
Campsite set by the beach opposite the castaway island of Taransay. On amazing grazing land run by Richard and Lena. Situated on the west coast of Harris, ideal for exploring the whole island to come back to a beautiful summer sunset. Small beach shop is open in the evenings with mobile shop visiting Tuesday and Friday. Through these current times, bookings for this site is essential.
Rating: 3.68 (36 votes)
|Traigh na Beirigh, Cnip, Campsite
Campsite set amidst the dunes. Next to wonderful beach. Referred to as small and primitive in the "Rough Guide"? See our view. Owned by the local common grasings and run by Finn and Sandy. There are 30 touring pitches for a mix of tents, caravans and motorhomes although not all pitches are suitable for motorhomes. As you can no longer camp at Cliff, this is the nearest option. Two new showers have been added but there is no electric
Rating: 3.82 (19 votes)
|Croft No 2 Eoligarry - Isle of Barra
The site provides a well sheltered spot at the north eastern point of the Island. Located just 50m from the easily accessed white sands beach the site also offers a fantastic views of the surrounding Islands.
Onsite facilities include, drinking water, electric hookups and a chemical waste disposal point. All site users need to supply their own sanitary facilities. For those without such facilities the public conveniences at Eoligarry Jetty are
Rating: 4.05 (4 votes)
We are situated 1 mile south of Carinish village on the main road, A865, through the Southern Isles. The site is positioned overlooking a tidal bay with views of the neighbouring island of Benbecula and also the hills of South Uist. Ideally located for shoreline and moorland walks with several places of historical interest close by with easy access to public transport. Site also includes small bunkhouse with 6 bunks finished to a high standard.
Rating: 4.36 (9 votes)
|Lickisto Blackhouse Camping
Experience the mystical attraction of the beautiful Island of Harris and Lewis.
Bask in the picturesque scenery, spot the abundance of local wildlife, take a step back from everything and enjoy what nature has to give. Lickisto Blackhouse Camping offers all of this and in true nomadic style, without compromise.
At Lickisto, you can go glamping in one of our traditional yurts complete with wood-fire and protected against the wild Scottish
Rating: 4.51 (19 votes)
|Balranald Hebridean Holidays Caravan & Campsite
The caravan and campsite is located in the heart of the RSPB Balranald Nature Reserve on North Uist and only metres from a beautiful sandy beach. It is an ideal base for exploring the Uists and Barra. We have 10 caravan/motorhome hard standing pitches with electric hook-ups and 10 tent pitches. Our newly built modern amenities block provides electric showers (operated by Â£1 coin meter), toilets, wash hand basins, disabled facilities, a dish
Rating: 4.70 (4 votes)
|Kilbride Campsite Isle of South Uist
Kilbride Campsite is at Cille Bhrighde on the south shore of the Outer Hebrides island of South Uist, by a beach of white shell sands and the aquamarine seas of the Sound of Barra.
Within an easy walk or a short drive there's unrivalled opportunities for hill-walking, wildlife-watching, beach-combing, photography, sea-kayaking - and much more besides. Kilbride is certainly well-placed for a stop-over on a tour of the islands, but easily
Rating: 4.80 (2 votes)
|Barra Holidays @ Croft 183
The site offers pitches for 6 caravans, with hook ups, along with space for tents. The site is equipped with a walk in wet room with shower suitable for disabled access and toilet. There is a laundry with washing machine, tumble dryer, drying facilities, iron, ironing board as well as a kitchen area with microwave, kettle, toaster and sink. This includes an indoor dining area.
The site commands beautiful views over the Minch and is a 10 minute
Rating: 4.95 (4 votes)