There are five islands in the archipelago for you to explore on your holiday each with their own reasons to visit and explore. You will find friendly locals, fresh food and and warm welcome on all the islands
As the gateway to the islands this is the largest of the five islands full of hidden treasures. Explore large stretches of sandy beaches, rocky coves, amazing seascape, archaeological sites and scenic walks.
Known for the sub tropical Tresco Abbey garden this is the second largest of the islands. Explore rocky outcrops, Bronze Age burial sites, castle ruins and of course the sandy beaches and amazing seascape.
One of the smaller islands at just two miles long St Martin's is famous for its beaches, some say the best in the world! The flora and fauna and sensational sea views are also a feature of St Mary's.
Located on the south-westerly edge of the Isles, St Agnes is unspoilt and peaceful. Discover rocky outcrops, sheltered coves and historical sites.
Escape to Bryher and experience a sense of freedom with rocky coves, white beaches and small hills to climb and enjoy the view.
There are over 140 uninhabited islands in the archipelago. You can visit some by boat to look at the wild outcrops, marvel at the bird life and see the seal colonies.
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