Harris is one of the beautiful, treeless, windswept Outer Hebrides islands with their mountainous spine are in an area where the land seems to blend with the water in countless lochs, rivers, inlets and pools. Harris is joined to its larger neighbour Lewis, but this is still a place for solitude and the contemplation of nature, where the air is as tangible as the land. On Harris you can view the Blue Hills, or visit the church of St Clement at Rodel with some of the finest examples of Pre-Reformation architecture in the British isles. Visit the spectacular Luskentyre beach featuring dazzling white sands deserted for its six mile length or see how Harris tweed is woven. The Western Isles are a long way from most other tourist attractions, but a trip there can be the experience of a lifetime for those who appreciate nature at its most untamed.
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