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Bostadh Beach, Great Benera, Isle of Lewis

Great Benera, Isle of Lewis, Western Isles, Scotland, UK


Bostadh Beach lies all white sparkling sand at the northern end of the island of Great Benera. Bernera is connected to the Isle of Lewis by a bridge. Bostadh beach, also known as Bosta Beach, is popular and has spectacular views of the rugged islands of Little Bernera, Flodday, Bearsay and Campay.

There is also an Iron Age settlement here and a replica house is open to visitors during the summer months.

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Dogs Allowed  Dog friendly beach

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Dogs allowed (please note that sheep graze nearby so they must not disturb the livestock)


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