The Isle of Berneray lies between Harris and North Uist in the Hebridean island chain.
Since 1990, Berneray has been an important link in the islands; this is when the ferry terminal was built. Ten years later and regular sailings to and from Leverburgh, plus the addition of a causeway taking visitors and locals from Berneray to North Uist have made this once difficult to get to place much more easily accessible. That’s great, because there is a lot to see there.
It’s the scenery that attracts most people to Berneray. It is unspoilt in the most genuine and purist of forms, with open blue skies and craggy rocks showing nature at its best. It is even possible to watch seals going about their business without a care for the humans who may be watching them.
The Nurses Cottage Visitor Centre is home to the superb Berneray Historical Society. In the summer it is possible to go into the visitor centre and find staff who will answer your questions and tell you as much about the island as they know – which is a lot!
Ferries to Berneray, Scotland
|Leverburgh Berneray||4 daily||1 hour||See prices °|
This information is for reference purposes only. Journey times are approximate. Frequency is based on typical schedules. Schedules are subject to availability and weather conditions. Information correct at the time of writing.
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Sorry, no mini cruise routes can be found sailing to Berneray sailing on a cruise ship.
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Berneray Ferry Terminal, Isle of Berneray, HS6 5BD,United Kingdom