Ahmor is home to the Barpa Nam Feannag chambered cairn. Situated in the north of the island on a rocky hillock 400 yards from Gaireann Mill Loch, it appears as an irregular mound of loose stones 160 ft in length, 45 ft in width at its east end, tapering to 15 ft at the west.
Langass is home to the Barpa Langass burial cairn, which sits atop Beinn Langais with its entrance facing south east, and the Pobull Fhinn stone circle, situated on a plateau on the southern slope of the hill.
In the Udal, the archaeologist Iain Crawford and his team excavated a site that was visible in the landscape and identified in historical documents and oral tradition. The site lies among four large sand dunes, some 40ft high.
The islet at Loch an Sticir has been in use for over 2000 years. Here we can see the remains of a medieval tower or hall, raised on the foundations of an Iron Age broch.
The site at Unival is hard to access, requiring an hour's walk through deep bog followed by an ascent of a hill through thick heather. It measures 53ft along each side, with a maximum height of 4ft. There is a standing stone 23ft from the south west corner of the cairn, 10ft high and 5ft wide.
Caravat Barp in Carinish has a number of similarities with Barp nam Feannag; both are of the ‘Long Cairn’ class. It is about 165' long and approximately 85' wide at the East end, narrowing towards the West.