Bernera Walking Trail

Isle of Lewis, Scotland, United Kingdom
Est. 1.4km / 29 mins

Bernera Walking Trail - Cya On The Road

Bernera is a small island on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis that is accessed via a road bridge. We have a long history going back as far as the Neolithic period as well as a crofting landscape and beautiful natural scenery and wildlife, including otter, dolphin, seal and a profusion of birds led by Golden and White Tailed Eagles.This walking trail takes in two of our most interesting and unique historic structures, and is signposted and waymarked as far as the Norse Mill from the Community Centre. There is also a popular circular west coast walk to Bosta beach, signposted and way marked, also from the Centre and another marked walk to Dun Bharabhat a mile south of the Centre.We hope that you are able to come and visit our wonderful island where you can take your time to walk about and feel the true peace and quiet of life here on the edge.We ask that when walking on Bernera that you follow the Country Code and keep dogs under control for the sake of our free roaming animals and wildlife and take all litter away with you.Why not also visit our café in the Community Centre where a warm welcome awaits as well as plenty of homemade treats.We would advise you to download this app before arrival on Bernera as our phone signal coverage is not the greatest and there are many areas with no reception, which may be what you are looking for.More information can be found on the Museum Website, link here. Also follow us on Facebook here.

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