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