The Isle of Eigg is one of the group of four islands known as The Small Isles. You can find out more about them on the Visit Small Isles website, but by way of introduction…
The Isle of Canna – Known as ‘the garden of the Hebrides’, Canna has fertile soils, green meadows and abundant wildlife. It has been recognised as a bird sanctuary since 1938, and supports over 20,000 breeding seabirds, including puffins, razorbills and guillemots.
The Isle of Muck – Come to the Isle of Muck to get away, relax, and enjoy the wonderful wildlife and scenery. Muck is a small island on the west coast of Scotland, and together with its neighbours, Eigg, Rum and Canna, they form the Small Isles. The island is about two miles long by one mile wide with a population of 38 people.
The Isle of Rum – is the real jewel of Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, diamond in shape and diamond by nature. With amazing wildlife, an eccentric castle, walks to suit all levels, beautiful beaches and stunning scenery, our island has it all.
The Isle of Eigg – is one of the most beautiful Hebridean Islands, lying 10 miles off the Scottish west coast, south of the Isle of Skye. The island has a fascinating history, superb wildlife and a vibrant community. Whether you come to climb Britain’s largest pitchstone ridge, watch eagles over stunning white beaches, learn about the worlds first fully renewably powered electricity grid.