Port of Ness Beach
Port Nis is at the northerly end of the A857 road. Here you will find a small interesting harbour with the entrance through a rocky cliff face and rocky islet.
One end of the harbour leads onto a sandy north east facing beach. Because it faces out into The Minch at the very north of the Hebrides, Port of Ness has been designed to allow for the greatest possible protection from storms. It is a good place for fishing from the piers in good weather and a great place to watch the waves in stormy conditions.
The long and convoluted harbour is home to a small sandy beach of its own, which needless to say is perfectly sheltered, making it ideal for younger children.
Port of Ness, Isle of Lewis HS2 0XA, UK