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Roy Cove, West Falkland
Located on Crooked Inlet Farm at Roy Cove on West Falkland, Herbert Stream is a salt water stream with mullet, trout and smelt. The stream offers easy opportunities for visitors to the farm to fish within a few minutes drive or short walk from the...
San Carlos, East Falkland
On 21st May 1982, British troops were landed at San Carlos. Overlooking the now tranquil inlet of San Carlos Water, the Cemetery is constructed in the form of a corral and is dedicated to “the South Atlantic Task Force and to the abiding memory of...
Named after 18th century British Admiral and site of the first British settlement in the Falklands, Saunders is located in the northwest of the archipelago. Port Egmont was built in 1765 and vestiges of this early settlement can be seen, a short...
The farmhouse offers comfortable accommodation with a friendly atmosphere that is a true home from home experience with plenty of wildlife within easy reach of the property.
North Arm, East Falkland
Situated in North Arm Settlement and sleeps up to nine people. There is no mobile coverage.
Lying at the east end of Stanley Harbour is Stanley's most imposing and iconic shipwreck. Known as Lady Liz, the ship was launched ain Sunderland in the UK in 1879 and suffered damage whilst rounding Cape Horn in 1913. She limped into Stanley for...
Situated in central Stanley, the Islands’ capital on East Falkland, Victory Green is an attractive stretch of land alongside the harbour wall. This is a lovely place to sit on a sunny day, with views to the north side of Stanley Harbour with wooden...
Situated just over seven miles east of Stanley, the lighthouse is located on the most easterly point of the Falklands. Hiking to the lighthouse takes around three hours; alternatively it can be reached by vehicle along a track. It is possible to...
A self-catering cottage sleeping two to four people, located within the settlement on Pebble Island.
North Arm, East Falkland
Situated in a remote location; can only be reached off-road. Sleeps up to nine people. There is no mobile coverage.
The Tabernacle was built from a Victorian kit building in 1892 as a place for non-conformist worship, now the United Free Church.
Situated on the Stanley by-pass road, en route to Surf Bay, east of the town, the Totem Pole is a quirky structure signposting distances to various places in the world. Originally created by military personnel, signs have been added by many visitors...
First called Long Island, then Breaker Island after the large waves the crash against it, Bleaker Island has more in common with its former names than that of the present day. Located in the southeast of the archipelago, the terrain is low-lying...
Located on the northern tip of East Falkland, the Cape Dolphin peninsula is reached by off-road track from the Cape Dolphin Farm buildings. Named after HMS Dolphin, the ship of British explorer John Byron, the area is a working farm with sheep bred...
Sapper Hill overlooks Stanley, the capital of the Falklands, situated on East Falkland. It is an easy walk or drive to the summit on a rocky track. The memorial is close to the top of the hill and commemorates the Corps of the Royal Engineers.
Designed and constructed by local sculptor and artist Rob Yssel, this 1:1 billion scale model is made from recycled local materials and is the only one of its kind. All the planets are in line of sight and the sun sculpture can be seen from every...
Port Stephens, West Falklands
Goose Green, East Falkland
Located close to Darwin on the hill overlooking Goose Green, the 2 Para Memorial commemorates the battle for Goose Green fought on 28th and 29th May 1982. A tall cross stands atop a stone plinth with poppy wreaths at the foot. The memorial plaque...
Speedwell Cottage is a stunning, affordable self-catering cottage, located in a quiet area in the centre of Stanley just above the seafront. This coastal themed cottage offers homely accommodation for 2 people in 2 beds; it is within walking...
Named for its shape, Kidney Island is located just a few miles from Stanley, the Islands’ capital. It is a National Nature Reserve and an Important Bird Area, a global standard set by Birdlife International.