Among the unexplored jewels of British Isles, Barra shines the brightest. Visit Barra during its peak tourism season that is the fall season here to admire its uncluttered and relaxing ambience with a non-overwhelming touch of local attractions such as Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea and Dùn Chuidhir of this catholic island. Create some fresh memories this fall at Barra by getting Barra flights booked at the earliest to get cheap flights to Barra for everyone in your group.
Barra Airport primarily gets almost all the flights to Barra flying in from Glasgow, the only destination that it serves to. Operated by the Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, it is short-runway airport of Barra in Na h-Eileanan Siar.Places of Interest in Barra
Barra is a predominately Catholic island and is a predominantly Gaelic-speaking island and the attractions include a ruined church and museum at Cille Bharra, a number of Iron Age brochs such as those at Dùn Chuidhir and An Dùn Bàn. Make sure that you see the highest elevation point on the island the Heaval.Barra Heritage and Cultural Centre
Travel back in time and get to know the local history of Barra by having a look at the excellent collection of local artifacts and photographs. The artefacts include furniture, household and personal items, and exhibits relating to the fishing industry. They also have a small cafe that serves snacks, tea and coffee.Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea
To get an amazing view of the bay make way to the Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea that stands proudly above the village of Castle Bay. This historic church dates back to 1886 and was designed by an architect from Oban.Beaches
The Isle if Barra has several dazzling beaches, some of which are apt for surfing. Most of the most striking beaches are on the West Atlantic side from about the Isle of Barra Hotel upwards.