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Film Hebrides

The Area

Amhuinnsuidhe, Harris

Amhuinnsuidhe, Harris

Turquoise waters; often deserted, stunning, sandy beaches; roaming hills; breath-taking sunsets melting into uninterrupted horizons; and excellent state of the art studio and sound stage facilities,  Studio Alba. These are just some of the things that make the Outer Hebrides a first class destination for filming.  

Steeped in rich history and with an abundance of folklore, the Outer Hebrides has so much to offer. There is an exceptional range of wildlife here that is nurtured in the numerous inhabited and uninhabited islands that make up the Outer Hebrides’ chain.

This area is home to some main towns, remote villages and isolated houses, along with lighthouses that stand strong on ancient cliffs that are exposed to the crashing Atlantic waves. In midsummer, there are barely two hours of darkness – a production-makers dream!

For further details on these islands, please go to www.visithebrides.com


Callanish Stones, Lewis

Callanish Stones, Lewis

North Uist

North Uist

 

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