ISLE OF BARRA
Welcome to Barra
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In   light   of   COVID-19,   everyone's   health   and   safety   is   the   most   important   thing.   This   means despite   the   love   and   desire   to   share   our   friendly,   passionate   and   unique   island,   we   must   ask everyone at this time not to travel to our islands and remote rural communities. Bringing    the    virus    to    these    fragile    and    less    accessible    places    puts    unnecessary    pressure    on essential services and health services for local residents. Ferry   travel   will   only   be   available   for   those   who   permanently   live   on   the   islands   and   who   have   an essential need to travel to and from the mainland for essential supplies or business. Welcome The   Isles   of   Barra   and   Vatersay   are   the   most   Southerly   inhabited   islands   in   the   Outer   Hebrides   and   the   most Westerly   in   the   U.K.   White   Sandy   beaches   and   beautiful   scenery   mixed   with   a   rich   history   and   a   strong community   spirit   are   only   some   of   the   reasons   that   Barra   and   Vatersay   won   The   Best   Island   Community,   Best Scottish Community and Best UK Community Awards at the 2008 Calor Village of The Year awards. You can get to the Isle of Barra by air or by ferry. The   Caledonian   MacBrayne   ferry   runs   from   Oban   to   Castlebay   daily   during   the   summer   and   5   days   a   week during winter. Visit Calmac  For Ferry Times. To   reach   Barra   by   air   and   land   on   the   only   beach   runway   in   the   world,   then   you   can   travel   daily   from   Glasgow Monday - Sunday.  Visit Loganair  For Plane Information If   you   are   traveling   to   Isle   of   Barra   from   Uist   you   can   also   take   small   car   ferry   from   Eriskay   which   will   bring   you to Ardmhor jetty in half an hour and runs daily with upto 5 return journeys a day.  Visit Calmac For Ferry Times.  
ISLE OF BARRA