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The Weather in Isle of Lewis
Above are the weather conditions for Isle of Lewis. On average, the warmest month is July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Isle of Lewis, with temperatures falling below 1°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Enjoy nature and history from holiday cottages on the Isle of Lewis
Holidaymakers who value independence and privacy will appreciate the comprehensive selection of comfortable Isle of Lewis self-catering accommodation in this pristine part of Scotland. Ranging from rustic crofters’ cottages to well-appointed houses in the towns and villages, holiday cottages on the Isle of Lewis enable visitors to easily explore local attractions at their own pace.
An ideal destination for a family holiday
The Isle of Lewis is perfect for a family vacation, and children will enjoy exploring its intriguing history and natural beauty. Walking and cycling adventures are a great way to entertain youngsters and many of the island’s shorter routes are suitable for very little children. An Lanntair, the creative hub of Lewis in Stornoway, provides a comprehensive range of children's activities and performances throughout the year. Similarly, the Museum Nan Eilean provides hours of fun with its fascinating exhibitions. Children can also dress up in traditional attire, participate in creative activities, and learn some words in the ancient Gaelic language.
Unforgettable excursions on the Isle of Lewis
Exploring the Isle of Lewis by foot is the ideal way to appreciate its stunning natural beauty, and there are many walking trails throughout the island. Excursions to its numerous archaeological sites, including the mystical standing stones of Callanish, Iron Age forts, and traditional blackhouses will also provide fascinating and informative fun for visitors of all ages.
Special events on the Isle of Lewis
There is always something exciting happening on Lewis, and regular events include local craft and produce fairs, art exhibitions, and folk music performances. Larger events include the arts centre An Lanntair's Scottish Winter Festival and the Hebridean Dark Skies Festival. However, the island's biggest annual evnent is definitely the Hebridean Music Festival—one of the world's foremost Celtic music festivals. It takes place in the island's capital, Stornoway, each summer, and is a not-to-be-missed extravaganza of traditional song and instrumental music.
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