The Scottish island Trondra is nearly 10 km south-west of Lerwick, and is connected by a bridge to the main island of Mainland. Another bridge and road connection with the neighboring island of West Burra and Hamnavoe, the main town of the island. Trondra has an area of ​​about 5 × 1 km away and has a surface area less than 3 km ².

Agriculture (particularly livestock ) shapes the image of the relatively flat and treeless island. Since the bridge, the population is constantly increasing. Many of the currently well 130 residents work in Lerwick, the main town of the Shetland Islands. Archaeological excavations there on the small island not, but there are several accommodation options available.

Balta | Bressay | East Burra | West Burra | Fair Isle | Fetlar | Foula | Mainland | Mousa | Muckle Flugga | Muckle Roe | Noss | Out Stack | Papa Stour | Trondra | Unst | Vaila | Whalsay | Yell

  • Island (Scotland )
  • Island ( Europe)
  • Island (Atlantic Ocean )
  • Island of the Shetland Islands