Community owned Eigg has a fascinating history, superb wildlife and a vibrant community. Whether you come to climb Britain’s largest pitchstone ridge, watch eagles over stunning white beaches, or learn about the world’s first renewably powered electricity grid, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Getting here is all part of the experience, but while you are here there’s lots of different ways of getting around. From hiring a bike (or kayak!) or heading out for a sail, to taking a taxi or walking wherever your curiosity takes you.
If you prefer to sail to Eigg or wild camp, you’ll have a great time here too.
Best time to visit?
- All year for stunning views
- May and June for birds
- May and Jun for spring flowers
- July to September for marine mammals
- April to October for sunshine (no guarantees though!)
- September to May for no midges (although with Eigg’s gentle breezes, they’re not too bad, even in June to August)
- October to March for low winter light and great photographs