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f one iconic site has come to represent Orkney's ancient heritage, it must surely be the Ring o' Brodgar. Part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site, the Ring o' Brodgar is found in the West Mainland parish of Stenness. It stands on an eastward-sloping plateau on the Ness o' Brodgar - a thin strip of land separating the Harray and Stenness lochs.
East Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO32 6JY. tel = 01983 200022. Open House: 1 April–31 Oct: 10am – 5pm daily.
Gardens: 1 April–31 Oct: 10am – 6pm daily (last admission to house 4pm).
Location: Outer Hebrides in Scotland
The ruins of Duntulm Castle are located on the north coast of Trotternish, on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.
Captain Fraser's Folly was built in 1890
3.5 hour boat trip to spot whales and other wildlife off the coast of Mull
RSPB Nature reserve on the Isle of Anglesey
Contact: Starida Sea Services / Little Bryn / Beaumaris / Anglesey / North Wales / Tel. 01248 810251
Garden consisting of million of shells which have been collected from local shores
Elizabeth Castle is a perfect place to spend a day exploring Jersey's history. Work began on the castle in the 1590s and it was home to Sir Walter Raleigh while he was Governor of Jersey. The future King Charles II sought refuge at Elizabeth Castle during the English Civil War.
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