Mousa Broch is a short boat trip from Sandwick. It is the tallest broch still standing and amongst the best-preserved prehistoric buildings in Europe and thought to have been built around 300BC. The broch is in the care of Historic Environment Scotland.
If you want north, then Unst is the place to go - the most northerly place in the British Isles. It is also a great place to see Shetland Ponies. At Hermaness, a National Nature Reserve, its easy to sea a wide variety of seabirds nesting on the cliffs - just don't fall off! For more information on Unst vistit Shetland.org.
Yell is the largest of Shetland's North Isles and like other Shetland islands is a great place to spot wildlife. Inland the terrain is mostly rough moorland but the coast is varied and full of interest. For more information on Yell check out Shetland.org.
Prints and Stock images of Shetland - various locations.
View this gallery to view a few other images of Shetland including the gannetry on Noss (a circuit of the island is a great walk), a couple of Shetland Ponies and "Dunna Chuck Bruck".
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