Written by the author of the best-selling Tiny Campsites, Dixe Wills; Tiny Islands is a book about brilliant little worlds - where tiny adventures begin.
There's something indefinably satisfying about landing on an island. A self-contained, independent patch of land, which has separated itself from the rest of the world. Not only is Britain an island, but it rejoices in hundreds of islands of its own.
While some of these are large and firmly on the tourist trail, there are many more that are perhaps known only to locals or tourists who were simply lucky enough to stumble across them.
Tiny Islands is the first guide ever written to 60 of the best diminutive islands in and around Britain. Islands off the coast, islands in lakes, islands in lochs, islands in rivers, islands you can walk to at low tide, islands you can swim to, islands you can hire a rowing boat and row to, islands you can reach by a tiny ferry leaving from a nearby dock - every one of them accessible to the public and every one of them with its own beguiling story to tell.