This is definitely worth a stop it won't take more than 40 mins of your time. The views are stunning and there is a tiny shop and toilets.
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I knew there were Brochs all over the highlands but had never visited one, let alone seen how they were inhabited. I love learning about history, so for me this was a must see. Nice to be able to park the car nearby and walk...More
We were so excited to arrive at Dun Carloway. Though this site is SO impressive, it is not too busy and we just loved it. Also, it was not fenced off everywhere so we could climb a few of the steps (carefully). A gorgeous site...More
Carloway Broch is cared for by Historic Scotland and is free to visit. There is small car park and toilets, but he toilet facilities are not always open. Good footwear is recommended and after a quick walk up the path to the Carloway Broch there...More
As broths go this one of the more complete, though less so than Rousay, Glenelg or of course Mousa but unlike any of those it has a great site, on a rock high above the road. Moving along the road gives an opportunity to photograph...More
I had no idea what a broch was until visiting here. Despite being one of the best in Scotland there is not a huge amount of this one left. It does give a good idea of the structure of this twin walled fortification. You can...More
The fact that the Broch is reputedly the only remaining Broch on the island it is worth the visit to say one has been there. There is a small information centre before you start the climb to the top but it gets over crowded very...More