Following up the road behind the beach you will soon see a bridge – but it is a bridge to nowhere, the road ends there. A story of a failed project by the soap manufacturer Lord Leverhulme, founder of the Lever Brothers (Or Unilever, like we know it today). IN 1918 BUSINESSMAN, LORD LEVERHULME, took a […]
Near Tolsta on the East coast on the Isle of Lewis is Garry Beach, or Traigh Ghearadha – another stunning beach, filled with Lewisian Gneiss stacks. It is only a short walk from the parking area down to the beach and to all of the stacks – it is also the start of the Tolsta […]
Another beach day in Lewis, but this time I was exploring all the beaches on the East coast of Lewis, starting at Thraigh Mhòr – the “Big Beach”. Also called Tolsta beach, Traigh Mhòr is a stunning sandy beach looking that seems to go on forever.