The Orkney Islands are made up of 70 islands, 20 of which are inhabited and have a mixed heritage of Celtic and Nordic settlers. The rugged coastline and wild Atlantic and North Sea seascape make it as dramatic as it is beautiful. Its human history dates back 6000 years which is what draws many visitors to the islands. The locals are known as Orcadians who have a strong culture, accent and traditions. In addition to ancient tales there are plenty of other pursuits to enjoy. Walking, diving, fishing, cycling, festivals, arts. For wildlife enthusiasts there are 13 RSPB reserves, white tailed eagles, puffins, waders, seals, porpoises and dolphins. Orkney is also a popular location for viewing the Northern Lights in Autumn and Winter. Orkney has the most tasty cuisine including fine beef, cheeses, gin and baking.


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