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Saturday, June 8, 2013

HAVE YOU EVER VISITED THE SHETLAND ISLES IN SCOTLAND?

Midnight in Summer @ Shetland Isles - The Sun never sets!!!

Wild Shetland Pony @ Shetland Isles

Puffin on the wind swept rocks @ Shetland Isles


7 SIGHTS OF THE SHETLAND ISLES  - THE COSIEST BUS STOP IN THE WORLD AND OTHER AMAZING SIGHTS OF THE SHETLAND ISLES

The Shetland Isles are a large subarctic archipelago situated North of Scotland and East of the Far Oer Isles. 

Although originally populated by the Norses is part of Scotland and United Kingdom and it is the most northerly Scottish region.

Most of the islands, apart the main land where Lerwick is, are scarcely populated and the Nature is still wild and breathtakingly scenic. 

In June temperatures are reasonably mild and the sun mainly never sets, so the sky is always illuminated by an amazing light, making this place even more magic and fabulous.

It is a unique experience to see the sun never set.

Beautiful beaches and hundreds of isles and rocks make the landscape particularly beautiful. 

You can easily spot the famous Shetland's ponies roaming free along beautiful sandy beaches, the puffins fighting against the wind next to sheer cliffs and spot whales at sea. 

You can enjoy being the only driver for miles, enjoying the freedom and the solitude of this wonderful place. 

In one sentence visiting the Shetland Isles will be a unique experience!

Read our info and tips about how to get to the Shetland Isles or visit our page Visit Scotland for more posts and info about Scotland to plan your journey.

Wonderful inspiring beaches @ Shetland Isles
The cosiest bus stop of the world!!! @ Shetland Isles