Seilebost beach

Beach facilities

View map of beach Parking available SSSI Dog friendly Good water quality for swimming

Season: spring

Seilebost beach sits at the southern edge of Luskentyre Bay, in effect sharing the idyllic location of Luskentyre beach, which sits on the northern edge.  Both beaches are part of the National Scenic Area of South Lewis, Harris and North Uist.  This beach is easily accessed from the A859 and a feature of Seilebost are the magnificent sunsets.  Whale watching trips run from here and there is just a smattering of houses and crofts.  Highly recommended.

Spring visit photo gallery


The delicate ecosystem at Seilebost, outlined by Robin Reid of the RSPB.


Outstanding beauty, even on a stormy day.


2 thoughts on “Seilebost beach

  1. Marlene

    There is nothing in this world to compare with a walk on Seilebost Beach on the Isle of Harris to invigorate the soul.

  2. Nina

    Seilebost beach means ‘peace and tranquillity’ to me!  There are a lot of memories here.  It is where I go to appreciate life when there is joy in my heart but also when there is sorrow in my heart.


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