We Help You Take Your Part In The Story of These Islands
80 years of Commercial flying from Land’s End Airport to the Isles of Scilly
How to make an online booking
Another World Is Closer Than You Think
Celebrating 40 years of Scillonian III
Scillonian III, Crew memories
Discover the Isles of Scilly with a Fly+Sail day trip
Skybus, the fastest way to reach the Isles of Scilly
Sail to Scilly for a fantastic day trip experience
Exploring St. Mary’s
Skybus Scenic Flights
Family day trips to Scilly via Scillonian III
Behind The Scenes with Pete Crawford
Low Spring Tide events
April 20th and September 1st 2019
There are certain days when lunar forces combine creating Spring tides so low that it’s possible to walk between the channel of Bryher and Tresco. Mid-channel there’s a sandbar where Tresco Island sets up a pop-up event, including a pop up BBQ & bar, games and live music.
For full details contact Tresco Island on 01720 422849.
*Please check tide times and the weather forecast before making the crossing, never walk in fog and always tell someone where you are going.
Starting at sunrise, swimmers will attempt to swim and walk between six islands over a series of events throughout the year, the event focuses on the challenger aspect of open water swimming rather than it being a race. The events will start and finish on St. Mary's, the main island, visiting St. Martins, Tresco, Bryher, Samson and St. Agnes.
To find out more visit the Scilly Swim Challenge.
The islands are famous for their local produce, fresh seafood and wide choice of dining options. Throughout September, the Isles of Scilly will host the Taste of Scilly Food Festival. Celebrating the best of the food and drink that the islands have to offer.
Wherever you are on Scilly, you’re never more than a short walk or boat trip away from freshly caught fish and seafood. Whether you choose to dine in a pop-up crab shack, enjoy the atmosphere of a lively gastropub, or tuck into fish and chips on the harbour, you can easily spend a week letting your taste buds do the exploring.
To find out more about the month long festival contact the Tourist Information Centre on 01720 422031
The smaller autumn version of the earlier Walk Scilly spring event covers the five islands and a series of walking extravaganzas. Enjoy a long weekend, exploring the Isles of Scilly guided by local experts, you can discover rich history and archaeology, have a go at foraging or explore one of the uninhabited islands.
For a full programme of events contact the Tourist Information Centre on 01720 422031.