Fair Isle Web Sites
Bed and Breakfast
and much more!
crafts & Bed and Breakfast.
Craft workshops & traditional craft available
Fair Isle Times
The local 'Times'
35 years of Fair Isle weather!
Isle Bird Observatory
Check out accommodation offers
and latest bird news
FAIR ISLE MARINE ENVIRONMENT
AND TOURISM INITIATIVE
"Established to stimulate community
development and environmental
protection in northern parts of
Links to other sites with
information about or connections with Fair Isle
Unfortunately the map
only extends as far north as Orkney, but you can find Fair Isle in
the 'Select A Property' drop-down list. Don't use the 'Select
A Location' as the Northern Isles isn't listed (although
Northen Islands seems to work!).
At the moment there is hardly any information about Fair Isle - and
what there is is outdated.
And a St Kilda link -http://www.kilda.org.uk
After visiting Fair
Isle, why not see what else Shetland has to offer!
Shetland Library online with
a searchable database
Ann Cleeves, award winning crime writer with several
books based on Fair Isle and Shetland.
The Shetlander's natural prowess with the fiddle is
legendary, and rightly so.
Find out more here.
coupled to their wonderful interpretations of slow airs via interwoven
fiddle and clarsach, have made them one of Shetland's most popular fiddle
groups both at home and further afield.
Chris Stout hails from Fair Isle.
Kevin Osborn and Mike Pennington's
Shetland Wildlife Pages
Excellent site about the Shetland landscape and geology by
former Sella Ness forecaster Allen Fraser. Check out the
page for an in-depth insight on the 'Braer Storm'!
There are 95
inhabited islands in Scotland with a total population of just under 100,000.
aims to promote, publicise and advance the
interests of all Scotland's islands.
links and information about abandoned or sparsely populated islands of
Centre's new site.
The following link takes you to the Shetland dialect section:
The official website of the Scottish tourism industry
you are involved in Scottish tourism or interested in the latest activities
of Scotland's most important industry, have a look at
Resources, links and information about abandoned or sparsely
populated islands of Scotland.
Once a thriving slate mining community, now lost forever. The Belnahua Trust
are trying to re-inhabit this picturesque island and form a thriving
community again. Belnahua is located on the west coast of Scotland in the
county of Argyll. The smallest of the Slate Isles, Belnahua is situated in
the firth of the Lorn and 1 mile north-west of Luing.
Scottish Islands Explorer
resource centre and information point based on Fair Isle
for people with an interest
and a passion for the islands of Scotland.
(Do a search for Fair Isle)
For full access to the Fair Isle database - and to some half a
million other pages of resources - you will have to subscribe.
Website of Captain David Hardie, Loganair pilot now flying for
has photographs of Loganair aircraft and airports used by Loganair.