North Ronaldsay is the most remote and northernmost island in Orkney. It is known for its unique seaweed eating sheep. They are confined to the shoreline by a tall dry-stone dyke, which completely encircles the 19 km island, forcing the sheep to stay on the shoreline.

Why not check beaches nearby as we have one beach around North Ronaldsay, 18 beaches in Orkney Islands, or have a look at our list of Orkney Islands dog friendly beaches, or even our United Kingdom Blue Flag beach list.

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North Ronaldsay Orkney Islands Coast Search Bar

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Want some ideas on where to visit?

Every favourite location must be visited for the first time. Want some ideas, why not check out the below small selection of coastal locations, including beaches, activities, things to see and do, places to stay and eat:

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    Old Beacon Lighthouse

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    North Ronaldsay Lighthouse

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    South Bay Beach

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    Broch of Burrian

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    The Standing Stone

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    North Ronaldsay Bird Observatory

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