Shetland – South Havra

In south-west Shetland is the rarely visited island of South Havra. The island has been uninhabited since the 1920’s.

The island is exceedingly fertile for Shetland and even boosts the only corn-grinding windmill in Shetland.

South Havra is a gem of an island.

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