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|Site:|| wild camping |
|Setting:||Situated on beautiful sandy shore, one of the most beautiful beaches at the west coast of Harris. The scenery is magnificent - splendid view over the Sund of Taransay and the Isle of Taransay|
|Sanitary:||toilets and toilets for the disabled|
|Comments:||great camping site, recommended by the tourist information because Harris has no official campsite. There are always a number of tents and caravans in the dunes. Nearby the site is a public toilet). Fishing is allowed on Harris!|
|Sightseeing-Tip:|| The 16th century church St. Clement (Rodel)|
take a trip along the golden route at the east cost, splendid landscape!
|Fee:||£6.50 (car & tent)|
|Setting:||Turn of the A858 and follow the street towards Shawbost. The site is behind the folk museum in Shawbost. Nice view over the sea.|
|Infrastructure:||washing machine £, tumble drier £2, small recreation room for max. 10 people|
|Sanitary:||sufficient, a shower costs 20p|
|Comment:||middle-sized site, an alternative to the more expensive site in Laxdale|
|Sightseeing-Tip:||die Callanish-standing Stones, the Black House in Arnoll|
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