This is a Historic Scotland site so has an entrance fee for non-members. It is an Iron Age settlement arranged around an extremely well-preserved broch, a round tower which is unique to Scotland. It was obviously a well-defended place of power but despite being almost 2,000 years later than the Neolithic remains on Orkney, it holds many mysteries. It is located along a narrow road which skirts the sea for almost two miles & on the day we visited it was very windy, so warm clothing is recommended.
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