|Orkney||Caithness||Loch Ness||Western Isles||Kilmartin Valley||Argyll||The Inner Isles|
The Northern Isle of Orkney is nothing less than a megalithic paradise
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Caithness is at the tip of North-East Scotland, and is a world apart from the rest of the Highlands.
This area includes the area around Inverness, the biggest town in the Highlands
The Western Isles are also known as the Outer Hebrides.
Here are some sites in Lewis & Harris
and a couple from North Uist
A megalithic wonderland in the West Highlands. Second only to Orkney and a bit easier to get to.
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Page last updated: 24 October, 2000
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