Tidal Islands, Interesting Places, Natural, Islands
Vallay (Scottish Gaelic: Bhàlaigh) is an uninhabited tidal island in the Scottish Outer Hebrides. It is linked to North Uist by a long beach at low tide.
Once the island supported a population of nearly sixty people, its best-known inhabitant was the archaeologist Erskine Beveridge. The island is also known for its sea birds and for prehistoric monuments.
It is the smallest Scottish island to have an area greater than 1 square mile (2.59 square kilometres).