See and Do on Jura
We are happy to organise things to do during your stay, why not learn all about the history and culture of Jura by taking a bus tour, full of information past and present plus loads of photo opportunities of our wildlife and beautiful land and seascapes.
Perhaps you may like to try your hand at clay pigeon shooting, fly fishing or a boat trip to see the seals close up, these can also be arranged during your stay.
Whether enjoying a challenging climb up one of the Paps or taking a stroll along some of the 115 miles of coastline, offering everything from caves and cliffs to raised beaches and long stretches of white sand, Jura is a great place to walk and cycle. With just one single track road and little traffic, bikes are a great way to explore the island.
While out and about, as well as all the deer on the island, you’ll be amazed to discover that many rare species of plants, birds and mammals inhabit these areas. Whether it’s the seals basking on the rocks or the more elusive otters along the shore, there’s plenty of natural wonders in store.
And what could be more wonderful than the sight of a spectacular Golden Eagle in flight. With an incredible six mating pairs now on the island, Jura has become one of only eight designated Special Protection Areas for the Golden Eagle in the UK. We also have four pairs of nesting Sea Eagles on Jura which are often seen flying over Craighouse and Small Isles Bay.