Pentland Ferries - runs from Gills Bay to St Margarets Hope. Journey time about 1 hour. Cheapest way to get to Orkney if you have a car.
John O' Groats Ferry- mainly used by day trippers. Summer only - does not carry cars.
Northlink Ferries - State of the art ferries. Runs from Scrabster to Stromness or Kirkwall to Aberdeen. Passengers and cars.
Fly Be - If you plan to fly to Orkney - we are only 2 miles from the airport
The Orcadian - Orkneys weekly newspaper. Excellent website updated twice daily
Orkney Weather Page - Find out what the seven day forecast is.
Walt Custer's pages contain a wealth of genealogical information regarding Orcadian surnames
Charles Tait is one of Orkney's best known photographers and publishes a definitive guidebook.
Visit Orkney is the main Orkney Tourist Board site with a wealth of information.
Discover Orkney is an alternative to Visit Orkney. A great first stop to find all things out about Orkney.
Orkney Ferries are responsible for sea transport within Orkney
Mine Howe - Iron Age earthen mound - opened in 1946.
Tomb of the Eagles - visit the exhibition centre and handle some of the original artefacts
Sheila Fleet Jewellery - visit Sheila's workshop and see craftsmen at work
Hoxa Tapestry Gallery - Visit Hoxa Tapestry Gallery to see unique, hand woven tapestries by local artist, Leila Thomson