The Shetland Islands

Join us in our Page: Thank you for watching. Take a trip up the Shetland isles and you'll be surprised at the range of activities you can fill your days with. Embrace the fresh outdoor air and get active by going for a gentle stroll or challenging hike round some of the beautiful coastline, with its striking white sandy beaches. Voted one of the world's top ten tourist sites by Lonely Planet, Shetland offers an exciting variety of wildlife, as it is easy to spot whales, otters, seals and puffins, before visiting museums and galleries that proudly showcase a vibrant arts scene and offer an insight into fascinating archaeological sites. Shetland Islands is a subarctic archipelago in Scotland, off the northeast coast. The islands lie to the northeast of Orkney, Shetland has a Oceanic climate, The climate all year round is moderate due to the influence of the relative warmth of the surrounding seas, In the 14th century Norway still treated Orkney and Shetland as a Norwegian province, but Scottish influence was growing, and in 1379 the Scottish earl Henry Sinclair took control of Orkney on behalf of the Norwegian king Håkon VI Magnusson. Breathe in the clean air of Shetland as you gaze out at the striking Atlantic waves at the Eshaness cliffs. Scotland.. Always Beautiful.. Always Magical.. Always in my heart. I hope you enjoy the video.