How to get hereYou may think that Shetland looks remote on the map - we're 600 miles north of London, as far away as Milan or Berlin - but the islands are surprisingly accessible.
How to get aroundYour trip to Shetland would not be complete without visiting the smaller islands or exploring all corners of the Shetland mainland.
AreasShetland is a cluster of over one hundred islands, each with its own heritage and history. Whichever areas you visit, there's a wealth of archaeological and historical sites to uncover and an amazing variety of wildlife to identify.
AccommodationWhen your day is done, Shetland's hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, self catering properties, hostels, camping böds and camp sites allow you to get back to basics or luxuriate in comfort. Wherever you choose to stay, you can be sure of the warmes…
Caravan and CampingYour holiday, your choice... Shetland offers a range of official camp and caravan sites, located throughout the islands.
MarinasShetland, Britain′s most northerly area, is something of an undiscovered cruising destination. Yachtsmen are increasingly looking beyond their home waters for interesting sailing challenges, and Shetland offers a fantastic cruising ground.
Travel InformationWe've put together a handy guide of hints and tips of things to think about before you head to Shetland for your holidays...