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Victoria Pier Pontoon, Shetland Islands, Scotland

Victoria Pier Pontoon is located in the Shetland Islands archipelago, in an astonishing heaven corner tourists will simply fall in love with. Shetland is a unique mix of Scandinavian and Scottish heritage. Discover the ancient history, the wildlife, geology and simply stunning landscapes. You are probably looking for a great deal on your accommodation, a place that will balance a good price, quality living conditions and a friendly atmosphere. Here are the most popular places in Shetland Islands: Busta House Hotel, Baltasound Hotel, The Spiggie Hotel & Lodges, Scalloway Hotel, St. Magnus Bay Hotel, Fort Charlotte Guest House, Hayhoull B&B, Settlebrae, Vadsal B&B, Alder Lodge Guest House, Drumquin Guest House and Eddlewood Guest House. Experience the delicious and comfort food of the Scottish kitchen, from the hearty soups, the nutritious stews and the yummy desserts at one of the next places: Fort Cafe, Hay’s Dock Restaurant, Peerie Shop Cafe, Braewick and The Olive Tree.

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Attractions in Shetland Islands

Shetland is a particular mix of Scottish and Scandinavian heritage, an astonishing archipelago of more than 100 islands, located 100 miles north of Scotland. It is the Northest territory in the United Kingdom, situated in the middle of a triangle made by Norway, Feroe Islands and Scotland. You will come across ancient history, beautiful landscapes, diverse geology, remarkable wildlife, famous archaeological sites and many festivals and events. Although it is made of more than 100 islands, only 15 of them are populated. The Shetland Islands are, in fact, closer to Norway than Scotland, and each of them has a different beauty.

Shetland’s pantry is full of delicious flavours produced by both sea and land. There is a selection of quality produce, from smoked salmon and lobster to juicy lamb and beef meat, and you will discover all of them in the menus of the restaurants. The sea provides familiar types of fish and shellfish, such as halibut, haddock, lobster, crab ... more info

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