See the Orkney Islands in Scotland
The Islands of Orkney are a fantastic area of Scotland, almost a world away from the mainland of the UK. The islands themselves are created from around 70 islands and skerries, that have some truly superb scenery.The Orkney climate has relatively warm waters of the North Atlantic Drift, with its many beaches being very popular.
Orkney’s flora and fauna are also another great attraction for visitors with tens of thousands of seabirds nesting on the cliffs in the summer months. The extensive coastline and large tidal margins exposes extensive feeding grounds for seabirds and heathland and loch are another source of abundant food and habitat for birdlife. And for admirers of the larger animals the islands are home to Porpoises, whales and dolphins and if you are lucky you may spot a pod of Killer whales.
Some Tourist Information Sites for Orkney:
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