The Loch of Grimsetter is a haven for waders and whooper swans. The Bressay Church building is located close to the Marina, near the centre of the west coast of the island.
Bressay is quite different from the rest of Shetland, with fertile soil and rounded hills. The cliffs of Noss can also be seen from the sea by boat, as well as porpoises and seals — making the trip very well worthwhile.
The largest of eleven lochs on the island are the Loch of Grimsetter in the east, and the Loch of Brough. In the far south, there is a colony of Arctic skuas. Noss is a Nature Reserve — a superb island to see seabirds on dramatic cliffs and can be reached by ferry from Bressay or via special boat trips from Lerwick.
Bressay was quarried extensively for building materials, used all over Shetland, especially in nearby Lerwick. Wildlife[ edit ] Bressay has a large number of migrant birds, especially in the east.
Wait at the sign on the shore at Noss Sound for a small inflatable boat with an outboard motor, which travels to Noss from 10am to 5pm except Mondays and Thursdays from late May to the end of August.
There is also a road to the summit. During the summer months, a passenger ferry service links the east coast of Bressay with the nature reserve island of Noss. Share this page Print this Page Booking directly with NorthLink Ferries is cheaper than booking with another website and we never charge for any amendments made to your booking!
Top tips Noss and the summer boat service there is managed by Scottish Natural Heritage wardens. However, this was dismantled on grounds of safety and a wall was erected on the neighbouring cliff.
It has been suggested that this is Jonah. The population is around people,  concentrated in the middle of the west coast, around Glebe and Fullaburn. The top of each face has a cross.
On one side, there is an engraving of two men with crosiersas well as various animals including horses, pigs, and what appears to be someone in the process of being swallowed by two sea monsters.
Kirkabister is situated above a natural arch in the cliff. The island is made up of Old Red Sandstone with some basaltic intrusions.Shetland Islands Council Inter-Island Ferries, Passenger, Vehicle and Freight Travel within the Shetland Islands.
Bressay is an island on Shetland’s east side, a seven-minute ferry journey from Lerwick, Shetland’s capital town.
Bressay’s easy access from Lerwick makes it an ideal choice for a day trip, but to enjoy its best walks, historic sites and.
Bressay shown within the Shetland Islands. OS grid reference During the summer months, a passenger ferry service links the east coast of Bressay with the nature reserve island of Noss.
Lerwick and Bressay Parish Church (of the Church of Scotland) has three places of worship. The Bressay Church building is located close to the Marina, near.
Home» Area Guides» Bressay and Noss; Bressay and Noss Bressay. The south end of Bressay Bressay, seven minutes by ferry from Lerwick, offers Shetland in miniature – inspiring coastal landscapes, wildlife up close, and sites of historical, natural and adventure interest.
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Bressay is quite different from the rest of Shetland, with fertile soil and rounded hills. Noss is a Nature Reserve – a superb island to see seabirds on dramatic cliffs and can be reached by ferry from Bressay or via special boat trips from Lerwick.Download