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A land of rich colours and history, Shetland is the unlike any other destination in the British Isles. While it’s famous for its rare horse breed, there is far more to discover about this incredible island than ponies. With leisure activities like golfing, climbing and several local attractions, including landmarks that date back to the Vikings and even the Neolithic age, there’s plenty to do for families, couples and lone travellers. The weather in Shetland is fairly consistent, with highs of 13°C in the summer and lows of 3°C in the winter, there’s also the possibility to see the northern lights in the winter months. With so much to enjoy in this unique region and three airports based across the island, there’s nothing stopping you from paying a visit.