Walker’s lunch below the Bholsa caves, Isle of Islay

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Picture of a group of walkers having lunch below cliffs with large caves
Walker’s lunch below the Bholsa caves, Isle of Islay

Lunch during an Islay walking week a few years back, out at the Bholsa caves in the far north of Islay. I believe these are the largest caves on Islay, at least the largest comparably easily accessible (ignoring the long walk out to them).

Bàgh an Dà Dhoruis beach and cliffs, Isle of Islay

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Picture of some steep cliffs behind a sandy beach on a north coast
Bàgh an Dà Dhoruis beach and cliffs, Isle of Islay

A beautiful view of one of Islay’s more remote beaches at Bàgh an Dà Dhoruis, found in the far north of the island near Rhuvaal. Jura just visible in the distance.

Port Charlotte’s north side from the air, Isle of Islay

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Aerial picture of a coastal village with whitewashed houses, a beach and a small pier
Port Charlotte’s north side from the air, Isle of Islay

A drone view of Port Charlotte on the Rhinns of Islay, approaching along the coast from the Loch Indaal lighthouse. Port Charlotte pier visible on the left. A Mundell coach approaching the village from Bruichladdich, passing on its way to Portnahaven. Beinn Tart a’Mhill (232m) in the distance.