Islonia's indigenous population are glad to welcome tourists from all over the world to their little corner of paradise. Border controls are strictly but fairly enforced; passports may be required.

While staying in this beautiful nation, you may wish to take one of King Ian's remarkable Shellfish Safaris on his traditional fishing boat, the Zephyr. Together you can sail the coastal waters and catch delicious shellfish for your tea, while being regaled by regal stories from this most hospitable monarch.

Accommodation is warm and welcoming in traditional island dwellings. Full details are available from the Islonia Tourist Board's sister website - Dry Island

How to get there

Private helicopter, sea plane, jet pack or failing that automobile. Islonia is attached to mainland Britain by the famous 'bridge over the Atlantic' or at low tide by the less famous 'bank of mud'.

When to go

Anytime is good, Islonia has its own microclimate caused by Mount Olympus. Islonia's towering peak. Although colder in winter, it is midge free, although clouds of them in the summer can provide some shade from the sun's rays.


Mild but wet. The Sgeir Ghlas is wet and windy while the main island is windy and wet. Do bring suitable clothing, as illustrated here.