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What to Do and What to See in the Shetland Islands

A natural paradise halfway between Scotland and Norway, today, only 12 Islands are inhabited and the largest is Mainland, where you'll also find the capital, Lerwich.

Mousa Broch Tower, Shetland Island

Looking for a Scottish town, where you can spend your romantic honeymoon or the next summer holidays?

The world is full of characteristic landmarks to see, today we suggest you reach the northern coast of Scotland, for your holidays on the Shetland Islands.

Hundreds of islands where the coastline is really an enchanting landscape, where you’ll admire fjords and sculptures of stone that have been shaped by wind over the years.

An natural paradise halfway between Scotland and Norway, today, only 12 Islands are inhabited and the largest is Mainland, where you’ll also find the capital, Lerwich.

The other islands to visit are Bressay, Burra, Fetla, Vaila, Unst, Yell, Roe, Papa Stour, Trondra, and Whalsay.

Prepare to admire the artistic heritage of these islands, from homes to unique masterpieces of architecture like the Tower Mousa Borch which is located on the biggest island.

If you love nature, don’t forget to visit Unst, a wonderful place for birdwatching activities.

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