List of Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides is a chain of more than 100 islands and small skerries located about 70 kilometers (43 mi) west of mainland Scotland . There are 15 uninhabited islands in this archipelago , which are also known as Western Isles and Long Island Archaic ( Scottish Gaelic : An t-Eilean Fada ). [Note 1]

Lewis and Harris is the largest island in Scotland and the third largest in the British Isles , after Great Britain and Ireland. [2] It Incorporates Lewis in the north and Harris in the south, both, of qui are frequently Referred to as individual islands, ALTHOUGH They Are joined by a land border. [Note 2] The largest settlement in Lewis and the Outer Hebrides is Stornoway .

To the south of the Sound of Harris links the Uists and Benbecula , which was joined by a series of causeways constructed between 1940 and 1960 to improve transport links. [4] Further south are Barra and the smaller Barra Isles , whose southernmost extremity is Barra Head . There are other outlets with cultural links to the Outer Hebrides that are not part of the archipelago itself. These include the St Kilda group, qui are quite separate and geologically No. along inhabited, [5] Sula Sgeir and North Rona to the north and isolated Rockall , qui est 367 kilometers (228 mi) to the west ofNorth Uist . [Note 3]

The islands of Scotland’s west coast are Known Collectively as the Hebrides and the Outer Hebrides are separated from the Inner Hebrides by The Minch to the north and the Sea of the Hebrides to the south. The Outer Hebrides are administered by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and Had a population of 26.502 in 2001. [7] The Outer Hebrides-have beens Historically a strong Scottish Gaelic ( Gàidhlig ) speaking area. DESPITE recent Declines, in the 2001 census more than 50% of the resident population in Each island Was ble to speak Gaelic, for an overall total of 15.842 speakers Throughout the archipelago. [8]The modern economy centers on tourism, crofting , fishing, and weaving, the latter of which includes the manufacture of Harris tweed . The archipelago is exposed to wind and tide, and there are numerous lighthouses as an aid to navigation. [9]

The definition of an island is that it is “a land that is surrounded by seawater on a daily basis, but not necessarily at all stages of the tide, excluding human devices such as bridges and causeways”. [Note 4]

Inhabited islands

The inhabitants of the Outer Hebrides had a total population of 26,502 in 2001 [7] and 27,684 at the time of the 2011 census . [10]

The highest peaks of the islands have the names of two Gaelic and Old Norse . The archeological record for the period of Viking domination during the Early Christian period is however very limited, the Lewis chessmen being an exception.

In addition to the North Ford ( Oitir Mhòr ) and South Ford causeways that connect North and South Uist, Benbecula and the southern Grimsays in the southern part of the island chain, several other islands are now connected by causeways and bridges. Great Bernera and Scalpay have connections to Lewis and Harris respectively, Baleshare and Berneray are linked to North Uist, Eriskay to South Uist, Flodaigh , Fraoch-eilean and the southern Grimsay to Benbecula, and Vatersay is connected to Barra by a causeway. [4] [11][12] This means that all of the islands are now connected to a road transport.

Island Gaelic name Group [Note 5] Area (ha ) [13] Population [10] Highest point[14] Height (m) [Note 6]
Baleshare Am Baile Sear Uists and Benbecula 910 58 12
Barra Barraigh Barra 5.875 1,174 Heaval 383
Benbecula Beinn nam Fadhla Uists and Benbecula 8,203 1,303 Ruaval 124
Berneray Beàrnaraigh Uists and Benbecula 1,010 138 Beinn Shleibhe 93
Eriskay Èirisgeigh Uists and Benbecula 703 143 Ben Scrien 185
Flodaigh Flodaigh Uists and Benbecula 145 [Note 7] 20
Fraoch-Eilean Fraoch-Eilean Uists and Benbecula 55 [15] [Note 8] Cnoc Mor 11
Great Bernera Beàrnaraigh Mòr Lewis ( Loch Ròg ) 2,122 252 87
Grimsay (North) [Note 9] Griomasaigh Uists and Benbecula 833 169 22
Grimsay (South) [Note 10] Griomasaigh Uists and Benbecula 117 20 20
Lewis and Harris Leòdhas agus na Hearadh [3] Lewis and Harris 217.898 21.031 Clisham 799
North Uist Uibhist to Tuath Uists and Benbecula 30.305 1,254 Eaval 347
Scalpay Sgalpaigh na Hearadh Harris 653 291 Beinn Scorabhaig 104
South Uist Uibhist has Deas Uists and Benbecula 32.026 1,754 Beinn Mhòr 620
Vatersay Bhatarsaigh Barra 960 90 Theiseabhal Mòr 190

Ensay , Kisimul Castle, and Eilean na Cille are “included in the USSR for the purpose of rendering the censuses”. [10]

Uninhabited islands

This area is larger than 25 hectares (approximately 37 acres). Records for the last date of settlement for the smaller islands are incomplete, but most of the islands were listed at some point during the Neolithic , Iron Age, Early Historic or Norse periods.

In common with the other main islands of Scotland, many of them were abandoned during the 19th and 20th centuries, in some cases after continuous dwelling since the prehistoric period. This process involves a transition from these positions being perceived as relatively self-sustaining agricultural economies [16] to a view of the economy and the economy. [17]

Some of the islands continue to contribute to modern culture. The ” Mingulay Boat Song, ” evocative of island life, was written after the abandonment of the island in 1938 [18] and Taransayhosted the BBC television series ” Castaway 2000 “. Others have played a part in Scottish history. On May 4, 1746, Bonnie Prince Charlie hid on Eilean Liubhaird with some of his Royal Navy vessels patrolled the Minch. They camped under a sail stretched over a “low pitiful hut” while it rained torrentially. [19]

The difficulties of definition are considerable in some cases. For example, Haswell-Smith (2004) treats Eileanan Iasgaich [Note 11] as a single island of 50 ha, but during many tides it becomes several tidal islets-none of which is ever connected to the “mainland” of South Uist. Despite its name Eilean an Taighe in the Shiant Isles does not qualify for inclusion to Garbh Eilean by a natural isthmus.

Island Gaelic name Group [Note 12] Area (ha ) [20] Last inhabited[Note 13] Highest point[14] Height (m)[Note 14]
Barra Head or Berneray Beàrnaraigh Cheann Bharraigh Barra Isles 204 1980 Sotan 193
Boreray Boraraigh North Uist 198 1960s Mullach Mòr 56
Calbhaigh Calbhaigh South Uist [Note 15] 26 [15] Unknown 10
Ceabhaigh Ceabhaigh Lewis (Loch Ròg) 25 [15] Unknown 20
Ceallasaigh Beag Ceallasaigh Beag Loch Maddy 55 [15] Unknown 10
Ceallasaigh Mòr Ceallasaigh Mòr Loch Maddy 55 [15] Unknown 10
Ceann Ear An Ceann Ear Monach Islands 203 1931-1933 17
Ceann Iar An Ceann Iar Monach Islands 154 1931-1933 Cnoc Bharr 19
Eilean Chaluim Chille Eilean Chaluim Chille Lewis (Loch Erisort) 85 Post-16th century Creag Mhor 43
Eilean Chearstaidh Eilean Chearstaigh Lewis (Loch Ròg) 77 No census records 37
Eileanan Iasgaich Eileanan Iasgaich South Uist 50 No census records 20
Eilean Liubhaird Eilean Liubhaird Lewis (Loch Sealg) 125 Early 19th century 76
Eilean Mhealasta Eilean Mhealasta Lewis (Park) 124 1823 Cnoc Àrd 77
Eilean Mhuire Eilean Mhuire Shiant Isles 30 [15] 18th century 90
Ensay Easaigh Sound of Harris 186 1971 49
Fiaraidh Fiaraigh Sound of Barra 41 No record of habitation 30
Flodaigh Flodaigh Lewis (Loch Ròg) 39 [15] 1827 48
Flodaigh Mòr Flodaigh Mòr North Uist 58 No census records 28
Flodday [Note 16] Flodaigh Barra Isles 35 Inhabitation unlikely 43
Flodday [Note 17] Flodaigh Sound of Barra 40 1851 41
Fodragaigh Fodragaigh Benbecula 25 [15] Unknown 10
Fuaigh Beag Fuaigh Beag Lewis (Loch Ròg) 35 [15] 1827 48
Fuaigh Mòr Fuaigh Mòr Lewis (Loch Ròg) 84 1840s [Note 18] Mullach na Beinne 67
Fuday Fuideigh Sound of Barra 232 1901 Mullach Neacail 89
Fuiay Fuidheigh Sound of Barra 84 Mid-19th century 107
Garbh Eilean Garbh Eilean Shiant Isles 143 1901 Mullach Buidhe 160
Gighay Gioghaigh Sound of Barra 96 Early 19th century Mullach to Chàrnain 95
Groaigh Groaigh Sound of Harris 28 [15] Unknown 26
Hellisay Theiliseigh Sound of Barra 142 1890 Beinn to Chàrnain 72
Hermetray Theàrnatraigh Sound of Harris 72 1840s Compass Knoll 35
Killegray Ceileagraigh Sound of Harris 176 1970s 45
Kirkibost Eilean Chirceboist North Uist 205 Unknown 10
Lingeigh Lingeigh Barra Isles 27 Inhabitation unlikely 83
Little Bernera Beàrnaraigh Beag Lewis (Loch Ròg) 138 1861 Tordal 41
Mingulay Miùghalaigh Barra Isles 640 1912 Carnan 273
Muldoanich Maol Dòmhnaich Barra Isles 78 No census records Maol Dòmhnaich 153
Orosay Orasaigh Sound of Barra c. 30 [12] Unknown 38
Oronsay Orasaigh North Uist 85 19th century 25
Pabbay Pabaigh Barra Isles 250 1911-1920 An Tobha 171
Pabbay Pabaigh Harris 820 1970s [Note 19] Beinn to Chàrnain 196
Pabaigh Mòr Pabaigh Mòr Lewis (Loch Ròg) 101 1827 Beinn Mhòr 68
Ronay Rònaigh North Uist 563 1920s Beinn to Charnain 115
Sandray Sanndraigh Barra Isles 385 1934 Carn Ghaltair 207
Scarp An Sgarp Harris 1,045 1971 Sròn Romul 308
Seaforth Island Eilean Shìophoirt Lewis (Loch Seaforth) 273 No record of habitation 217
Sgeotasaigh Sgeotasaigh Harris (East Loch Tarbert) 49 1921 57
Sibhinis Sibhinis Monach Islands 28 Unknown 15
Shillay Siolaigh North Uist 47 No evidence of habitation 79
Soay Mor Sòdhaigh Mòr Harris 45 1890s 37
Stromay Stròmaigh [Note 20] Sound of Harris 66 Unknown 16
Stockinish Island Eilean Stocainis Harris 49 No record of habitation 44
Stuley Stulaigh South Uist 45 19th century? [Note 21] 40
Sursaigh Sursaigh Sound of Harris 30 [15] Unknown 27
Tahay Taghaigh Sound of Harris 53 1850s 65
Taransay Tarasaigh Harris 1,475 1974 Ben Raah 267
Trialabreac Trialabreac Benbecula 25 [15] Unknown 20
Torogaigh Torogaigh Sound of Harris 28 [15] Unknown 13
Vacsay Bhacasaigh Lewis (Loch Ròg) 41 1869 34
Vallay Bhàlaigh North Uist 260 19th century? Ceann Uachdarach 38
Wiay Fuidheigh Benbecula 375 1901 Beinn to Tuath 102

The Eileanan Chearabhaigh is a complex group of islets on the east coast of Benbecula, the area of ​​the world. The total area is circa 49 hectares [15] and the largest area is 32 hectares. [27]

Smaller islets and skerries

Smaller islands, tidal islets are only separated at higher stages of the tide, and they are only exposed at lower stages of the tide pepper the North Atlantic surrounding the main islands. Outer Hebridean islands. [12]

Many of them are obscure and few have been inhabited. Nonetheless, some have a significant degree of notability. The islet on which Kisimul Castle stands is the ancient seat of Clan MacNeil and Shillay in the Monach Isles had a manned lighthouse until 1942. [28] The tiny Beasts of Holm of the east coast of Lewis were the site of the sinking of the Iolar during the first few hours of 1919, [29] one of the worst maritime disasters in United Kingdom waters during the 20th century. Calvay in the Sound of Barra provided the inspiration for Compton MacKenzie’s1947 novel Whiskey Galore after theSS Politician ran aground there with a cargo of whiskey . Unilevered for an island without permanent inhabitation, Eilean na Cille ( NF847459 ) is connected to Grimsay (south) by a causeway .

Various Gaelic names are used repeatedly. The suffix ay or aigh or help is usually from the Norse øy meaning “island”. Eilean (plural: eileanan ) also means “island”. Beag and mòr (also bheag and mhòr ) mean “little” and “big” and are often found together. Sgeir is “skerry” and often refers to rock or rocks that lie submerged at high tide. Dubh is “black”, dearg is “red” and glas means “gray” or “green”.Örfirirsey meaning “tidal” or “ebb island”. [30]

Smaller islands grouped geographically:

Barra and the Barra Isles

  • Barra : Eilean a ‘Mhail, Eilean Mhiathlais, Eileanan Dubha, Greanamul, Healam, Kisimul Castle , Lamalum, Lingeigh-Fada, Orasaigh (2), Sgeir Mhòr, Sgeirislum
  • Head Barra : Rubha Niosaim and Sgeir Mhòr
  • Flodday : None
  • Lingeigh : None.
  • Mingulay : Arnamuil, Barnacle Rock, Geirum Beag, Geirum Mòr, Gunamul. Lianamul, Sgeirean nan Uibhein, Solon Beag, Solon Mòr, Sròn in Dùin and The Red Boy.
  • Muldoanich : An Laogh, Sgeirean Fiaclach.
  • Pabbay : Greenamul, Heisgeir a-muigh, Heisgeir a-staigh, Lingeigh, Roisnis
  • Sandray : Cleite, Creag and Sheadair, Eilean Mòr, Sgeir Lithinis
  • Vatersay : Biruaslum , Orasaigh, Sgeir Liath, Sgeir Muice, Snuasamul, Uineasan

Sound of Barra

  • Eriskay : Calbhaigh , Eilean to Gheoidh, Eileanan Dubha, Hearteamul, Lingay , Na Stacan Dubha, Sgeir an Fheidh
  • Fiaraidh : Corran Ban
  • Flodday : Snagaras
  • Fuday : Traillisgeir
  • Fuiay : Eilean Sheumis, Garbh Lingeigh
  • Gighay : Eilean at Ceud
  • Hellisay : Bodha Nan Sgeiran Mòra
  • Orosay : None

South Uist

  • West coast : Eilean Bheirean, Eilean Cuithe Nam Fiadh, Gualan, Orasaigh
  • North east coast : Dioraigh, Eilean to Mhadaidh, Eilean Ban, Eilean Ornais, Eilean na h-Airde Mhoire, Gasaigh, Glas-Eileanan, Luirsaigh Dubh, Luirsaigh Glas, Orasaigh, Sioloagh Mòr, Tatians
  • East coast : Cleit to Ghlinn Mhòir, Dùn Othail, Eilean Bholuim, Eilean nan Ghamna, Na Dubh-sgeiran
  • Loch Aineort : Eilean Ailein, Eilean an Easbuig, Eilean Mhic Eachain, Rosgaigh, Unsaraigh Islands
  • Lochboisdale :
    • Eileanan Iasgaich : Main group: Eilean Baig Mhic Kings, Eileanan Iasgaich Beag, Eileanan Iasgaich Meadhonach, Eileanan Iasgaich Mòr, Eilean nam Feannag. Surrounding: Eilean Mòr, Eilean nan Moireachean, Gasaigh, Pabaigh, Sgeir Chair. Further east: Calbhaigh, Calvay Castle .
  • Stuley : Dubh-Sgeir Mhòr, Glas-Eilean Mòr


Islands in Loch Uisgebhagh. Bearran is at right, Orasaigh, middle right and the peninsula of Meanais at top left. Eilean Nan Each, Maragaidh Beag and Maragaidh Mòr are in the distance.
  • North coast : Eilean Leathann, Calabhagh, Eilean Mhic Caoilte, Sunamul, Traillabreac Mòr
  • East coast : Bearran, Collam, Eilean Baile Gearriadh, Eilean Dubh na Muice, Eilean each, Fuidheigh Beag, Greanamul, Greanamul Deas, Maithidh Glas, Maithidh Riabhach, Maragaidh Beag, Maragaidh Mòr, Orasaigh (2), Orasaigh Uisgeabhagh
  • South coast: Eilean Ard an Eoin, Heistamuil
  • Fraoch-eilean : Eilean Roinoch, Mas Grimsay
  • Flodaigh : Ordnance Survey
  • Grimsay (North): Eilean at Ghobha, Eilean Mòr
  • Grimsay (South): Caraigh Mhòr, Eilean na Cille , Eilean nan Gamhna, Eileanan Stafa, Oitir Bheag, Siusaigh, Steiseigh
  • Ronay : Eilean an Fheidh, Eilean na Clioche, Eilean nan h-Iolar, Eilean nan Gamhna, Eilean nan Gearr, Garbh Eilean Mòr, Huanariagh
  • Wiay : An Dubh-sgeir at Deas, Cleit Mhòr, Lingeigh, Reagam, Scaracleit

North Uist

  • North west coast : Eilean Mhorain, Haskeir , Hasgeir Eagach, Lingeigh
    • Traigh Bhalaigh : Eilean Dubh Mòr, Stangram, Torogaigh
  • Sound of Harris, East :
    • Loch Mhic Phail: Cafuam, Croabhagun, Eilean Fhionnlaidh, Frobost Island, Hestum, Mealla Bru, Rangas, Teilum
  • West Coast : Causamul, Eilean Trostain
  • East coast :
    • Loch Euphort: Eilean an Stiobuill, Eilean Mhic Shealtair, Eilean nam Mult, Orasaigh, Riobhaig Mhor, Steisaigh, Treanaigh
    • Loch nam Madadh : Cnap Ruigh Dubh, Eilean Bhalaig, Eilean Phail, Fathoire, Fearamas, Flodaigh , Glas Eilean Mòr, Hamarsaigh, Madadh Beag, Madadh Gruamach, Madadh Mòr, Oronsay
      • Ceallasaigh Mòr : Orasay
      • Ceallasaigh Beag : Callum More, Cliasagh Beag, Cliasagh Mor, Corr Eilean Keallasay, Eileanan Dhomhnuill, Eilean Bridich, Eilean Gheoidh, Eilean Mhidhinis, Eilean nan Lion, Fearamas, Lonachan, Rhiobhagan Mhidhinis
  • South Coast : Craigion, Eilean an Teampaill, Eilean Iochdrach, Eilean Mòr
    • Causeway: Eileanan Glasa, Eilean Ghiorr, Eilean Leathann, Eilean na h-Airigh, Gairbh-eilean
  • Baleshare : Bhorogaigh, Eilean Mòr, Carnan Eilean, Glas-eilean Beag, Horaigh
  • Flodaigh Mòr : Duibh-eilean, Flodaigh Beag
  • Kirkibost : Bior Eilean, Eilean Mòr, Sromaigh
  • Oronsay : Fuskafaol, Greanam, Lingay
  • Vallay : Dun Tomaidh, Sgeir Dubh Mòr

Monach Isles

  • Ceann Ear : Heilleam, Stocaigh
  • Ceann Iar : Deasgair, Raisgeir, Stromay
    • Shillay : Eilean Siorruidh, Thusigeirean
  • Sibhinis : None

Sound of Harris

  • Harris – Rubha Reinis to Gob an Tobha : Bumersam Beag, Copaigh, Craigo, Dun Arn, Eilean Reinis, Eire, Gilsaigh, Gousman, Gumersam Mhor, Langaigh, Liungaigh, Saghaigh Beag, Saghaigh Mor , Sgarabhaigh , Sgeir Sine, Sromaigh
  • Berneray : Bhaiteam, Greineam
  • Boreray : Bogha Mairi, Spuir
  • Ensay : Creag Ruadh, Dubh Sgeir, Sleicham, Sromaigh, Suam
  • Hermetray : Bhacasaigh, Dun Mhic Leathann, Eileana Dubha, Fuam, Greineam, Grodaigh, Hulmatraigh, Orasaigh, Righe Nam Ban
  • Killegray : Caolaigh, Eilean Chodam, Eilean na Ceardaich, Langa Sgeir, Sgeir Dhubh, Sgeir Mhurain
  • Pabbay : Cuidhnis
  • Shillay : Siolaigh Beag
  • Stromay : Heastam Sròmaigh, Rusgaigh, Orasaigh
  • Tahay : Bhotarsaigh, Cleite nan Luch, Creag nan Sealladh, Fuam na h-Ola, Narstaigh, Opasaigh, Sarstaigh, Sgeir in Chuain, Trollaman

West Harris

  • Gob an Tobha to Rubha Huisinis : Gaisgeir, Glas-sgeir, Gloraig Huisinis, Gloraig Tharasaigh, Iosaigh
  • Rubha Huisinis to Cean Loch Resort : Greine Sgeir,
  • Scarp : Cearstaigh, Duisgeir, Fladaigh
  • Soay Mòr : Soay Beag
  • Taransay : None

East Harris

  • Seaforth Loch : Eilean Mharaig, Glas Sgeir
  • Àrd Caol to Rubha Crago : Eilean Reiningeadil
  • Rubha Crago to Rubha Bocaig (including East Loch Tarbert ): Cuidsgeir, Eilean to Gheoidh, Eileanan to Ghille-bheid, Eilean Aird Rainis, Eilean to Direcleit, Eilean Dubh, Eilean Mhic Fionnlaidh, Eilean to Gearrabreac, Eilean to Sgaite, Gloraig to Chaimbeulach , Gloraig Dubh, Gloraig Iosal, Sgeir and Leim Mhoir, Sgeir Glas, Sgeir Urgha
  • Rubha Bocaig to Rubha Reinis : (see also Stockinish Island): Bhalaigh, Caiream, Corr-eilean, Eilean Chuidhtinis, Eilean Dubh, Eilean Dubh Chollaim, Eilean Fhionnsbhaigh, Eilean Lingreabhaigh, Eilean Mhanais, Glas Sgeir (2)
  • Scalpay : Fuam an Tolla, Greineam, Raiream, Rosaigh, Stiolamair, Stiughaigh, Stiughaigh na Leum, Thamarasaigh
  • Sgeotasaigh : Eilean Dubh, Eilean Rainich, Sgeir Ghlas
  • Stockinish : Eilean Leasait, Eilean nan Eun

Shiant Isles

  • Eilean Mhuire : Seann Chaisteal
  • Garbh Eilean : Sgeir Mianais
    • The Galtachan: Bodach, Damhag, Galta Beag, Galta Mòr, Stacan Laidir, Sgeir Mhic a Ghobha


South west coast 

Ceann Loch Resort to Aird Dhrolaige : Liongam, Staca Liath

  • Aird Dhrolaige to Camas Uig : Eilean Molach, Greineam, Sgeir an Tamna, Sgeir Liath, Staca Leathann
  • Camas Uig : Fraoch Eilean, Leac Holm, Sarah’s Island, Sgeir a ‘Chais, Sgeir Liath, Sgeir Sheilibhig, Tom, Tolm
  • Camas Uig to Gallan Head : Gallan Beg, Sgeir Fiabhaig Tarras, Sgeir Gallan
  • Eilean Mhealasta : Hairsgeir Beag, Hairsgeir Mòr

Loch Ròg

  • Loch Ròg :
    • Loch Ceann Hulabhig: Eilean Trosdam, Eilean Orasaigh, Eilean an Tighe, Eimisgeir
    • Loch Charlabhaigh: Eilean Bhinndealaim
    • Loch Ròg Beag: Eilean Dubh, Eileanan Glasa
    • Loch Shiadair: Crovag
  • Ceabhaigh : Greinam, Sgeir nan Cliabh
  • Eilean Chearstaidh : Bratian Mòr, Eilean Sgarastaigh
  • Flodaigh : Gousam
  • Fuaigh Beag : Aird Orasaigh, Cliatasaigh, Eilean nam Feannag, Floday, Geile Sgeir, Eilean Garbh, Glas Eilean, Linngeam
  • Fuaigh Mòr : EileanTeinis, Eunaigh Beag, Eunaigh Mòr, Geile Sgeir, Sgeir Dubh Mhòr, Sgeir Liath
  • Great Bernera : Eilean Beag, Eilean Bhacasaigh, Eilean Mòr, Eilean Riosaigh, Eughlam, Greineam, Liongam Valasay
  • Little Bernera : Bearasaigh , Campaigh , Cealasaigh , Cruitear, Cul Campaigh, Eilean Fir Chrothair, Flodaigh , Hairsgeir, Mas Sgier, Seanna Chnoc , Sgeir to Mhurain, Sgeir Dhearg, Sgeir na h-Aon Chaorocah.
  • Pabaigh Mòr : Bogha Dubh, Mas Sgeir, Pabeigh Beag, Siaram Mòr
  • Vacancy : Sgeir Bocaig, Sgeir Fail, Sgeir na h-Aon Chaorach, Trathasam

North west coast

  • Aird Laimisiadair to Butt of Lewis : Buistean, Cleite Gile, Cul Chraigeam, Craigeam, Dubh Sgeir, Eilean Arnol, Lith Sgeir, Mas Sgeir, Sgeir Dhail, Sgeir Dhearg Chraigeam Ass, Sgeir Lainganish, Sgeir Mhòr, Stac in Phris

East Coast

  • Butt of Lewis to Tolsta Head : Am Braga, Mhòr Braighe, Dùn Èistean , Eoradail Dun, Eilean Glas, Mas Sgeir
  • Tolsta Head to Tiumpan Head : Heisgeir, Lada Sgeir, Langasgeir Mòr, Sgeir Leathann
  • Tiumpan Head to Rubha Raerinis : Beasts of Holm, Buaile Mhòr, Eilean to Chair, Eilean to Chrotaich, Eilean Beag Phabail, Eilean Mòr Phabail, Eilean na Greinne, Eilean Grioda, Eilean nan Uan, Eilean Thuilm, Mol Shildinis, Sgeir Mhòr Shildinis
  • Rubha Raerinis to Rubha na Creige Moire (including Loch Erisort and Loch Liurbost): Bhatarsaidh, Dun Bharclin, Eilean to Bhlair, Eilean Cheois, Eilean Glas, Eilean Miabhiag, Eilean Mòr Lacasaidh, Eilean Mhic Thormaid, Eilean Orasaigh (2), Eilean Rosaidh , Eilean Thoraidh, Garbh Eilean, Glas Sgeir, Riosaigh, Seumas Cleite, Sgeiran Arbhair, Sgeir Tanais, Stac Tabhaidh, Tabhaigh Beah, Tabhaigh Mòr, Tannaraidh
  • Rubha na Creige Moire to Gob Rubha Uisnis (including Loch Sealg): Bogha Ruadh
  • Gob Rubha Uisnis to Rubha Brìodog : Eilean Beag in Bhaigh, Eilean Dubh in Bhaigh, Eilean Glas na h-Acarsaid Fhalaich, Eilean Mòr in Bhaigh, Eilean Thinngartsaigh, Sgeir Mhòr Bhalamuis
  • Eilean Chaluim Chille : Eilean Calabraigh, Eilean, Eilean, Eilean, Bhlair, Riasiagh, Sgeir nan Muirsgian, Sgeir nan Each
  • Eilean Liubhaird : Sgeir Fhraoich, Sengir nan Caorach, Stac at Bhaigh
  • Seaforth Island : None

Small archipelago

There are various small archipelagos within the Outer Hebrides. These include:

name leasing
Barra Isles (or Bishop’s Isles) South of Barra
Flannan Isles 32 kilometers (20 mi) west of Lewis
Monach Islands 9 kilometers (5.6 mi) west of North Uist
Shiant Isles 7 kilometers (4.3 mi) southeast of Harris

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