The beach at Ness faces east, sheltered from the prevailing winds, with its own attractive harbour. It’s at the northern end of Lewis and the nearby Port of Ness is well worth a visit, with a good choice of family activities. There is also a west-facing beach nearby, backed by dunes and an outdoor play park for children. For a dramatic vista, visit the Butt of Lewis and its lighthouse on the northern tip of the island. Lewis has many ancient historical sites and Gaelic is spoken alongside English. The best access from the mainland is via the car ferry to nearby Stornoway, from Ullapool.
Andy’s relationship with the beach over time.
A view of the beach, across the harbour at Ness.
The nearby Butt of Lewis, as far north west as you can go in Europe…