A world apart
With its dramatic landscape of sheer cliffs and sea stacks, St Kilda feels like a place perched on the edge of the world. It is Europe's most important seabird breeding area and includes the world's largest northern gannet colony. St Kilda has an enigmatic past and the people who lived here had a unique lifestyle, wholly dependent on the riches of the seas around Britain's most remote point. A visit to this reserve is guaranteed to be a memorable experience.
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