Nature lovers and those who love to get off the beaten track are certain to fall in love with the Shetland Islands.
It is one of the most rugged places in the world, sparsely inhabited and with a cool climate that is prone to wind and cloud.
But Shetland is also one of the most beautiful destinations in the British Isles and with its endless coastlines, tree-less land and mystic charm it is not hard to see why.
Shetland is made up of 100 islands, 15 of which are inhabited.
Because of the mild year-round weather, there is never a bad time to visit and walkers are certain to be delighted with the many routes and trails that they can follow.
Other activities include fishing, camping and sailing around the coast and to the different islands.
Bird watching is also popular on the islands and, as they are home to …read more >