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Foula is one of the Shetland Islands.


Ham is the main settlement, population 31.

Other destinations[edit]

Shetland Islands to the East

Open sea to the West. If you go far enough, you'll reach Labrador



The locals speak English, but with a Shetland accent. Foula was the last place where Norn was spoken.

Get in[edit]

2 hours by ferry from Walls, 1 round trip on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and summer Saturdays

35 Minutes by Loganair twice daily £50 Return

Get around[edit]


Sea birds, half a million of them nest here every year.

The Kame, at 370 metres high it is the second highest sea cliff in the United Kingdom.


Watch birds, climb the hills.



Stay safe[edit]

Watch out for Skuas, they will dive-bomb you if you get too close to their nests

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