This Orkney reserve has impressive coastal features, including cliffs, numerous caves, natural arches, stacks and large blowholes. Narrow inlets provide excellent short-range viewing opportunities of cliff-nesting seabirds.
- Spectacular coastal views
- Spot the endangered Scottish primrose
- Remote and wild location
- Great views of nesting seabirds
Best time to visit?
- May and Jul/Aug for Scottish primrose
In spring, the reserve blossoms with wildflowers including Scottish primrose, white campion and heath spotted-orchid.
There are waymarked paths on the reserve.