Why you should visit the Isle of Eroda this December

Eroda is the place everyone should be visiting this December.  Full of natural beauty the Isle of Eroda is made up stunning views of the breathtaking cliffs that drop straight down to the sea, many residents have the enviable opportunity to look upon the gorgeous scenery on daily basis from the dining table in their homes.

Visitors to the island can also take in the stunning scenery from The Fisherman’s pub located on the corner of Cherry Street and Golden Way. The pub serves up casual food, including the highly recommended Fish and Chips, which you can wash down with a pint of the local brew.

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Similarly you can visit Sally’s Tavern a relaxed bar and eatery, that much like everywhere you visit, treat people with kindness. Those with a strong stomach can try the restaurant’s homemade hot sauce which has been a staple at there for over four generations.

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Eroda has a whole lot of history that is so embedded in daily life as the ruins of many structures from the past remain standing across the land.

Most people on the island can trace their heritage back numerous generations and still live in the same houses built by their ancestors. In a clear sign of the times, the island’s art scene has recently started to develop with Kiernan Studios offering classes. She can teach you the basics of drawing, sculpture, painting – watercolour & acrylic – and more! Whether you are a beginner or an experienced painter, Kiernan has a class for you

In particular, Erodean hairstyles have become a rather bold expression of self amongst the island’s youth, the Adore Salon is the place to go for the latest look, they cater to all, men, woman and children.

For those who love the outdoors, there are various hiking trails, the most popular being the Historic Harbour Road Trail which people travel far and wide to complete. The shortest from the North to the Southside of the island, the shortest trail taking just 45 minutes while the longest can take three hours. An extra special time to do a trial is if the sun is rising as the whole isle just lights up.

For those the history lovers who pay a visit to Eroda, no visit is complete if you don’t go to Montgomery Maclean Castle the premiere historical landmark of Eroda. This 13th Century relic is a must-see for all tourists looking to learn more about Eroda’s rich history.

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The Maritime Museum is also another hotspot to learn about  Eroda’s collection of maritime vessels and artefacts.

With ferries departing the island at 11:00, 13:00, 14:00, 16:30 and 18:00 daily, your next adventure is just a short ride away, be that a leisurely pleasure cruise or admiring some of the sweet creatures that make up some Eroda’s unique wildlife.

Eroda has no shortage of places to stay to fit every budget there is Martin’s Heaven Bed and Breakfast with it’s always lit fires, complimentary breakfasts and knowledgeable staff who know everything about the isle, for those looking for a little more luxury there is the recently renovated  Marmoton Hotel, the oldest operational hotel on the island. The hotel now features modern amenities, including shops, a gym as well as a pool.  The Seaview Cottages are located on the cliffs above the harbour in Garona, Eroda’s largest town and port. The Yuna Inn is another choice, rather popular with visitors and is located a stone’s throw away from the town centre and just around the corner from the Adore Salon, where a facial from Federico is the perfect medicine after a hike across the island.

Eroda Map
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You find out more about Eroda by visiting the website or on their Instagram, Facebook , Twitter or Youtube.

Let us know at @Fuzzable if a visit to Eroda is in your plans this month?


Written by Kelly McFarland

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