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The Weather in Harris
You can see our climate diagram above. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 17°. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Harris, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is June.
Charming Holiday Lettings on the Scottish Island of Harris
Charming and historic Harris holiday cottages offer a genuinely Scottish feel for those visiting this incredible area. These cottages and farmhouses in Harris may also be rented as self catering accommodations, offering cooking and living facilities where guests can independently experience the Scottish landscape and culture.
Scottish delicacies and local produce
Harris offers mouthwatering dining options including local Scottish cultural favourites. At many restaurants, such as The Anchorage or The Mote, guests can order several different varieties of locally caught, fresh fish. Furthermore, they both offer typical Scottish delicacies, such as haggis and black pudding. Haggis is a traditional savoury pudding mix made from parts of the sheep, and black pudding is a Scottish twist on traditional blood sausage. These local favourites and more are available at most locations in Harris, and overall Harris' culinary scene features tons of delicious, fresh local produce that visitors and locals alike enjoy.
Harris Tweed, an integral part of local culture
Visitors to the Isle of Harris can experience and potentially purchase a profound part of Harris art and culture, Harris Tweed. Now a well-known pattern in fashion worldwide, the handwoven cloth is only allowed to be produced and certified in the Outer Hebrides, the island chain of which Harris is a part.
The unique Harris Tweed is sold at several retail locations around the island. Many of these locations, such as Harris Tweed and Knitwear Drinishader, include exhibitions about the history and culture of Harris Tweed, and offer demonstrations showing how the pattern is woven.
Incredible natural landscapes
The Island of Harris showcases world renowned landscapes in the shape of beautiful beaches, wild meadows, and impressive rock structures, hills, and mountains. Specifically, visitors can take advantage of the multitude of beaches found all around the island. Coming in multiple shapes and sizes, the beaches each have their own unique characteristics, while simultaneously sharing a special Harris quality of brilliant white sands and overlooking meadows. In addition, the wonderful beaches of Harris are typically quite easily reached from a Harris self catering accommodation.
A particularly magical Harris beach that visitors to the island cannot miss is Luskentyre beach. Having previously been voted the best beach in Britain, Luskentyre offers the trademark pure white sand and crystal blue water found at many of the Harris beaches. Furthermore, the meadows leading down to the beach, which are locally known as machair, are covered in blooming wildflowers during the summer months. This provides for an incredibly unique and beautiful scene, where guests can view the thousands of wildflowers overlooking the stunning beach and sea. Additionally, Luskentyre beach features an incredible backdrop, with views of the hills and mountain ranges of North Harris looming over the sea.
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