South Coast Walks & Historical Sites
Bring intriguing coastal trails and history alive in South Hampshire
Orkney walking holidays provide the perfect backdrop for scenic and unforgettable adventures. This archipelago of approximately 70 idyllic islands is located off the north-eastern coast of Scotland and is home to a plethora of natural spectacles. During your time here, you can immerse yourself in the rural, ancient landscape with the blissful addition of peace and quiet, thanks to the remote location of these diverse destinations.
From luscious green scenery stretching far and wide to iconic prehistoric villages, soaring cliffs and immersive coastal settings, the Orkney Islands offer avid ramblers the hike of a lifetime.
Enjoy strolling to the likes of the Old Man of Hoy, an impressive, 449-foot Old Red Sandstone sea stack which towers above the glistening ocean waters. This popular sightseeing gem allows trekkers to observe panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Our experts at Ramblers Walking Holidays create informative guided walks to help you uncover the true highlights of this beautiful archipelago. When venturing on our dedicated Orkney Islands itinerary, you will stay in the lively Scottish town of Stromness, where you can discover wonderful winding streets and historical sites like the Stromness Museum.
Then, wander along rugged precipices, before exploring the intricate architecture and stained-glass windows in the Italian Chapel, on Lamb Holm.
If you’re looking to find out more about booking Orkney walking getaways, please contact our knowledgeable team. Or, request a brochure.