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Harris is a dramatic island in the Outer Hebrides that boasts some of the best beaches in Scotland such as Luskentyre and Scarista on the west coast and with rugged mountains to the north

Isle of Harris Golf Course

History and Wildlife

In the east is an area of miniature fjords called The Bays. The 16th Century St. Clement’s Church in the village of Rodel has 3 richly carved tombs. Harris is also the original home of Harris Tweed, luxury handwoven cloth. The natural surroundings are breathtaking and this, coupled with the extensive birdlife, wildlife, unique culture, music, language and the arts make Harris a much sought after destination for the discerning tourist.

Isle of Harris Golf Course

A must visit tourist destination

With such inspiring scenery, it’s hardly surprising that there are a number of art galleries and craft shops dotted around Harris. Creativity on the island is also harnessed by the Harris Tweed weavers, whose wares are in high demand around the world. 

The Isle of Harris Golf Club plays an integral part in promoting the island of Harris as a top quality holiday destination for golfers and non-golfers alike.

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