Join us for a visit to Orkney where you will see some of the oldest and best-preserved Neolithic sites in Europe. Designated a Unesco World Heritage Site, Orkney is a unique place worth visiting.
On this adventure, our starting point is the Stones of Stenness, four giant megaliths which date back to 3100BC making it one of the oldest stone circles in Britain.
Our next stop will be Broch of Gurness, an Iron Age broch village where prosperous farmers had settled.
Be ready now for our second most visited site on Orkney, the Italian Chapel.
Next stop, St. Magnus Cathedral is in the heart of Kirkwall, the capital city of the Orkney Islands. Also known as the “light in the North”, it was founded in 1137 by the Viking Earl Rognvald in honour of his uncle St. Magnus.
Our tour guide will give you some free time.
On our last stop you will have the chance to visit and learn about Kirkjuvagr Orkney Gin. What an end to a wonderful tour!
Max 14 pax
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