Bay at the Back of the Ocean Beach (Inner Hebrides)

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  • Information

    Bay at the Back of the Ocean beach is a sheltered cove with wide sandy beach. It is home to the Spouting Cave, a natural phenomenon.

    At low to medium tide, with a good swell and a north westerly breeze, a fountain of spray bursts above the cliff.

    The name “Bay at the Back of the Ocean” comes from the translation for “Camas Cuil an t-Saimh“.

    If you wanted to travel West your next stop would be North America.

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Bay at the Back of the Ocean Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Isle of Iona, 21 beaches in Inner Hebrides, or check our list of Inner Hebrides Dog Friendly Beaches.

  • Beach Water Quality

    No water quality measurement available for Bay at the Back of the Ocean Beach.

  • Tides
  • 7 Day Weather Forecast

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