Whoever you are, whatever you seek, it all starts here.

  • Basic information
  • (£). 0
    (£). 5,000,000
  • Address
  • or  
  • Details
  • -
  • Amenities
  • General Amenities
    Cable Internet
    Cable TV
    Electric Hot Water
    Sprinkler System
    Wood Stove
    Satellite Dish
    Water Softener
    Owners Accommodation
    Public Toilets
    Walk In Pantry
    alcohol licence
    Laundry Room
    Accessibility Amenities
    Handicap Facilities
    Wheelchair Ramp
    Appliance Amenities
    Garbage Disposal
    Grill Top
    RO Combo Gas/Electric
    Trash Compactor
    Community Amenities
    Swimming Pool
    Tennis Court
    Football ground
    Energy Savings Amenities
    Gas Hot Water
    Gas Fireplace
    Gas Stove
    Pellet Stove
    Propane Hot Water
    Wood Stove
    Exterior Amenities
    Fruit Trees
    Boat Slip
    Covered Patio
    Exterior Lighting
    Open Deck
    RV Parking
    Spa/Hot Tub
    Interior Amenities
    Central Air
    Carpet Throughout
    Central Vac
    Jacuzi Tub
    Landscape Amenities
    Security Amenities
    Burglar Alarm
    Sprinkler System
    Fire Alarm System
  •   Advanced search

Unleash Your Orkney Adventure with Tracks and Routes! GPS Activity Map

Upload or Download Your GPS Tracks

#Activities For Everyone

Look no further than the Orkney Islands, located just off the northeast coast of Scotland. This archipelago is home to some of Britain's most remarkable sights and experiences, making it an ideal destination for any type of traveler. From its ancient monuments that date back thousands of years to sweeping views that span across vast bodies of water, these islands have something for everyone who visits them. 

The legendary Neolithic age can be unearthed at Skara Brae where visitors may wander among well-preserved stone ruins from 4500 BCE set against beautiful ocean vistas or explore Maeshowe excavation site – one Europe’s greatest mysteries which was constructed in 2800BCE with nearly 30ft walls made up rocks without mortar; truly captivating! If history isn't your thing then take a trip around Kirkwall harbor on whale watching boat trips where plentiful species cruise by including Minke Whales & Dolphins whilst seabirds soar above as goldfinches flit through gardens full vegetation bloom . Admire island wildlife like puffins searching rock pools while discovering red deer grazing rolling hillsides also donkeys wandering quaint cobblestone streets perfect backdrop colorful sunsets offer treasured memories visit Scottish Highlands.. 
Traveling between each impressive location couldn’t be easier thanks excellent public transport links bikes cars available hire so get out there see what mysterious hidden gems await

  • Orkney Islands Geolocation Latitude 58.9809° N Longitude -2.9605° W
  • Orkney Islands KW15
  • Orkney Islands Map
  • Orkney Islands Weather Forecast
  • Orkney Islands Reviews
  • Orkney Islands Discussion
  • Orkney Islands Tracks & Routes
  • Scotland Accommodation

Orkney offers a variety of scenic hikes that showcase the archipelago's natural beauty, historical sites, and diverse landscapes. Here are some notable hikes in Orkney:

  1. Hoy - Old Man of Hoy Hike:

    • Duration: Approximately 5-6 hours.
    • Details: Take a ferry to Hoy and embark on a challenging hike to witness the iconic sea stack, the Old Man of Hoy. The trail offers breathtaking views of sea cliffs and the surrounding seascape.
  2. Stromness to Yesnaby Hike:

    • Duration: 3-4 hours.
    • Details: This coastal walk starts in the charming town of Stromness and takes you along the dramatic coastline to Yesnaby. Enjoy stunning views of sea stacks, cliffs, and the Atlantic Ocean.
  3. Broch of Gurness Circular Walk:

    • Duration: 1-2 hours.
    • Details: Explore the archaeological site of Broch of Gurness with this circular walk. The trail provides insights into Iron Age life and offers panoramic views of Eynhallow Sound.
  4. Marwick Head Coastal Walk:

    • Duration: 2-3 hours.
    • Details: Begin at the village of Birsay and hike along the coastal path to Marwick Head. Along the way, you'll encounter the Kitchener Memorial and enjoy spectacular views of the cliffs and the Atlantic.
  5. Deerness Coastal Walk:

    • Duration: 2-3 hours.
    • Details: Starting at Mull Head, this coastal walk takes you along the cliffs and beaches of Deerness. Visit the Gloup, a collapsed sea cave, and the Brough of Deerness, an islet with historical ruins.
  6. Cuween Hill Cairn Walk:

    • Duration: 1-2 hours.
    • Details: This shorter hike takes you to the Cuween Hill Cairn, a Neolithic chambered tomb. The trail offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape.
  7. Burray and South Ronaldsay Causeways Walk:

    • Duration: 4-5 hours.
    • Details: Explore the Churchill Barriers connecting Burray and South Ronaldsay. The walk includes historic sites, causeways, and beautiful coastal scenery.

Remember to check weather conditions before embarking on any hike and to respect the local environment. Orkney's landscapes are diverse, offering a mix of coastal cliffs, rolling hills, and archaeological wonders, making it a fantastic destination for hiking enthusiasts.

Please note: Please check prior to your activity that starting point has public parking areas or can be accessed using public transport.

DISCLAIMER: The information given on the stay4you has been provided in good faith, it is intended only as a general guide. We advise you to verify the accuracy of information before relying on it. It is the responsibility of individuals to approach outdoor activities such as walking with caution. Walking can be strenuous and individuals should ensure that they are fit enough before embarking upon it. If in doubt consult a doctor.

By downloading this tour, I am agreeing with the terms of use as provided. In particular, I agree with and will abide by any driving restrictions that may exist and local rules and regulations!

Visitors To Scotland Information Map

Latest Scotland Destinations Guides

The distillery started life in 1897 Tamdhu matures its whisky exclusively in the finest Oloroso sherry casks, the casks are exceptionally rare and expensive. They began to modernise the original...

Goinigoe is about three miles north of Wick, all transport facilities can be found to access the tourist areas here, Being such a strategic position, the site has been occupied for thousands of...

Visiting Dalquharran Castle Dalquharran Castle, which was constructed by Robert Adam and can be found in South Ayrshire, Scotland, was included in the United Kingdom's National Register of Historic...

Dallas Holiday Accommodation Guide is available from stay4you.com for visitors to search and discover holiday accommodation in the area which can be booked direct with owners. Dallas This small...

Book Direct With Owners St Ninian's not strictly an island because it is joined to the Mainland by a spit or tombola of white sand described as one of the most beautiful in the world, lies about 6...

Visiting Ardmore Distillery The Ardmore distillery sits at the highest point of the Northern railway line, 600 feet above sea level. Close to the small village of Kennethmont, the proximity to...