Caisteal Maol or Castle Moal is a ruined castle situated on a headland above the village of Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye. From here you can look out across Read more [...]
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Fingal’s Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides. Fingal’s Cave is formed entirely from hexagonally jointed basalt columns within a Paleocene lava Read more [...]
Ben More is the highest mountain and only Munro on the Isle of Mull, situated in the south of the island, above the shores of Loch na Keal. It is the Read more [...]
Bac Beag is a Scottish island, part of the Treshnish Isles in the Inner Hebrides. Like the other Treshnish Isles, Bac Beag is uninhabited and is owned by The Hebridean Read more [...]
An Sgùrr is the highest hill on the island of Eigg in the Inner Hebrides. It was formed as a result of one of the last eruptions of a volcano, Read more [...]
Cairn na Burgh Mòr is the larger of the two “Carnburgs” at the northeastern end of the Treshnish Isles, with the other being Cairn na Burgh Beag. Cairnburgh Castle, which guards Read more [...]
Cairn na Burgh Beag is the smaller of the two “Carnburgs” at the northeastern end of the Treshnish Isles, with the other beingCairn na Burgh Mòr. Cairnburgh Castle, which guards Read more [...]
Gylen Castle is a ruined castle, or tower house, on a rocky ridge at the south end of the island of Kerrera. The castle was built in 1582 by the Read more [...]
Carsaig Arches are natural arch cliff formations the result of the erosion of oolitic rock beds on the Ross of Mull in the south of the island of Mull. Whilst Read more [...]
Am Basteir is a mountain in the northern Cuillin range on the Isle of Skye, at 934 metres high it is classed as a Munro.
Achamore House is a mansion on the Isle of Gigha. It was built in 1884 for Lt-Col William James Scarlett, and the extensive gardens were set out by Sir James Read more [...]
Dùn I is Iona’s highest point at a height of 101 metres (333 ft) above sea level. This is an uneven trail to the top but the views are worth the Read more [...]