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Stromness, Orkney, Scotland

Stromness Marina is located in Stromness, the second most populated town in Scotland, in the Orkney archipelago. The area is very apreciated among tourists, for its beautiful scenery, friendly people and amazing food. A big part of Scottish hospitality will wait for you at the check-in point of any hotel and B&B you choose. Stromness is no exception. The most popular accommodation units in town are: Stromness Hotel, Orca Hotel, Burnside Farm, Asgard B&B, Ferry Bank, Miller’s House, Ferry Inn Stromness, Royal Hotel and Thira B&B. We are pretty sure you have heard of the famous Scottish Hagis, a traditional dish made in almost every restaurant and you must give it a try. The Scottish cuisine has original recipes, as well as foreign influenced ones and you must try as many as you can to have a complete journey. Book a table at Hamnavoe, Scapa Flow Restaurant, Ferry Inn The Bayleaf Delicatessen, Julia’s Cafe, Stromness Chip Shop or Argo’s Bakery and enjoy a fabulous meal.

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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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