Travel guide to the Isles of Scilly, with details about accommodation, transport, activities, holidays and more, as well as numerous articles about different aspects of life on the islands.

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Latest Blog Posts for The Scilly Isles

  • Bryher: Wild Beauty in the Isles of Scilly
    on Jun 2, 2013 in Info
    Bryher is the smallest of all the inhabited islands in the Isles of Scilly with a population of around 80 people. It therefore provides a secluded, private and tranquil holiday experience. Nonetheless it boasts a community centre, bar, restaurant, ho...
  • Tresco: A Paradise on Earth?
    on Jun 2, 2013 in Info
    Welcome to Tresco, the second largest place in the Isles of Scilly. The population is around 150-200 people, so it is sufficiently quiet to enjoy a laid back island experience, whilst there is certainly plenty to do. Indeed Tresco is perfect for hist...
  • St Mary’s: Nucleus of the Isles of Scilly
    on Jun 2, 2013 in Info
    St Mary’s is the largest of all the Isles of Scilly: it is the hub of island life, it houses the great bulk of its population, and it provides the crucial link to the mainland with its air and ferry ports. Despite its vibrancy and diversity, St Mar...
  • Stay at the Scilly Isles Inns…
    on Mar 31, 2012 in Accommodation inns
    If you are looking for comfortable rooms, with the pub conveniently located just downstairs, then Scilly Isles inns (pubs) are the way to go. St Mary’s and Tresco, the two largest islands, both have inns rated at 4 stars (Visit Britain). Whils...
  • A Night Under the Stars: Camping on the Scilly Isles
    on Mar 30, 2012 in Accommodation camping
    If you are looking for budget accommodation on your next holiday, then look no further than camping on the Scilly Isles. Although there are no youth hostels or other low cost arrangements, camping in the great outdoors and enjoying a magical night un...
  • Rising Above: Taking the Scilly Isles Helicopter
    on Mar 8, 2012 in Travel helicopter
    The Scilly Isles helicopter is perhaps the most spectacular way to arrive on the islands, with the turquoise sea water glistening beneath you, the sun shining overhead and the rocky outcrops of secret islands emerging in the distance. This is more t...
  • Skybus to Scilly: Flights to the Scilly Isles
    on Mar 8, 2012 in Travel flights
    If you are looking for details of flights to the Scilly Isles then you have come to the right place! This article aims to introduce you to the different options for flying to the islands, including departure points, schedules and prices. Just scan th...
  • Catch the Water Bus: Taking the Scilly Isles Ferry…
    on Mar 7, 2012 in Travel ferry
    In order to access the Isles of Scilly, you can take the Scilly Isles ferry from Penzance to St Mary’s island. The Scillonian III ferry is a much cheaper option than the helicopter or the plane, but admittedly is also rather less comfortable an...
  • Top Hotels in the Scilly Isles
    on Mar 6, 2012 in Accommodation hotels
    The Scilly Isles hotels are perfect for those who do not want to part with the comforts of life whilst they embark on their island adventure. Various levels of luxury are accommodated for by the islands’ hotels, ranging from 2 to 4 star ratings...
  • Hidden Gems: The Uninhabited Islands of Scilly
    on Mar 3, 2012 in Islands uninhabited
    The uninhabited islands of Scilly make up the majority of the Scilly Isles. In fact there are only 5 populated islands in total, whilst the largest uninhabited island of Samson used to be home to humans but is now desolate. To read more about these u...
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