On Great Bernera there are a number of places worth visiting:
Norse Mill. The restored Norse mill from the Viking era is accessed via footpaths
from Breacleat and is signed.
Bosta Beach. A stunning beach in a small cove. Quiet and secluded its a perfect place
to spend a day on the sand or in the water. With clear blue waters and soft clean
sand, it could almost be the Caribbean.
Iron Age House. Located at the back of Bosta beach is a recreated Iron Age house
replicated from the remains of the original that was uncovered by a storm on Bosta
beach in 1993. The original structures in the area are believed to be from the 7th
to 8th century.
Breacleat Community Centre and Museum. Houses a cafe and the island’s museum. A
friendly place for a coffee or lunch and hosts local community entertainment. Internet
access is also available.
Breacleat General Store and Post Office. Located on the road into Breacleat. It stocks
a range of basic goods including fresh milk and bread. It has some fresh meat and
fish but can take orders for special requests. It also has the islands fuel station
providing petrol and diesel as well as bottled gas.