We’re always looking for ways to get away from it all, whether it’s for a quick visit, a long stay or to escape a certain fluffy-haired political candidate.
And no matter why you want to skip town, we’ve found just the place to go.
This is Foula, widely regarded as the most remote inhabited island in Britain. With a population of about 30 people ― plus hundreds of ponies ― it’s a charming spot to enjoy craggy cliffs, grassy knolls, wildlife galore and a hefty dose of Old Norse culture… if you can get there, that is.
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