At the southern end of Saligo Bay, next to where Saligo River runs into the Atlantic, is a rocky area with small sandy patches mixed in. It’s fun to explore, providing many different views. Here’s a view out to where the waves from the Atlantic meet with the water from Saligo River. Taken on a breezy day in April 2017.
Saligo River running into Saligo Bay on the west coast of Islay at high tide, the incoming waves pushing back the water from the river.
A view from the southern end of Saligo Bay on a breezy day on Islay, Saligo River running into the sea just below on the left. Waves breaking as they roll into the bay, spray being carried over the cliffs by the strong wind.