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Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland

Kirkwall Marina is situated in the town with the same name, in the Orkney archipelago. The town was founded in 1035 and it is the arrival spot for ferries travelling from Shetland and Aberdeen. Kirkwall’s most beautiful place is St. Magnus Cathedral, considered by many one of the finest medieval buildings in Scotland. Other historical sites of interest are the Bishop’s Palace and Earl’s Palace. Kirkwall has a variety of lovely places, that will ensure you a wonderful and unforgettable stay: The Foveran, Lynnfield Hotel, West End Hotel, Ayre, Kirkwall Hotel, Albert Hotel, Straigona B&B, Karrawa Guest House, Bellavista Guest House and The Palace Road. In the proximity of the marina there are several restaurants and pubs, all serving traditional, European and International dishes, guaranteed to be a delight for your taste buds: West End Hotel, Dil Se, Jollys of Orkney, The Shore, Garden View Restaurant or Donaldsons of Orkney. Or you can try the fresh local produce at Orkney Farmers Market.

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Attractions in Orkney

Orkney is an archipelago of about 70 islands, spreaded across the clear blue waters, on the Northern coast of Scotland. The smaller islands are an oasis of serenity and white sand beaches. The Mainland is home to the majority of the population. The blend of stunning beaches, culture, heritage and amazing wildlife will ensure a special and magical holiday to Orkney.

2015 was named the Year of Food & Drink in Scotland. You must have a taste of Orkney’s local produce: seafood, lamb, lobster, ice cream and dairies. The local ingredients change with the passing of the seasons. As it is surrounded by the North Sea, you can deduce that seafood and all sort of fish are strongly featured: Bay of Firth oysters, razor clams, lobster, scallops, sea witch and megrim. Orkney’s sea produce are bursting with intense flavours. The islands are also known for their fertile soils, with the help of which they produce quality beef, lamb and pork meat for tables in the enti... more info

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