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Mingulay, Berneray and Pabbay are three islands of unrivalled wildness and beauty. Located at the southern tip of the Western Isles, they have some of the finest coastal landscapes in Scotland and an exceptional natural and cultural heritage, including internationally important seabird colonies. They are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Though Mingulay and Pabbay have been uninhabited since 1912 (and Berneray since its lighthouse was automated in 1980), the well-preserved villages and field systems provide fascinating evidence of the challenging lifestyle of the generations who managed to survive here over many thousands of years.
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The Barra Head lighthouse on the cliffs of Berneray is 693ft above sea level, making it one of the highest in the UK. Built by Robert Stevenson (grandfather of Robert Louis Stevenson), it was manned for 150 years and is owned by the Northern Lighthouse Board.

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