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Skye or the Isle of Skye is the largest and most northerly large island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
Canna is a small island sitting to the west of Rum. It is owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
It is the largest of the Small Isles, and the fifteenth largest Scottish island, but is inhabited by only about thirty or so people, all of whom live in the village of Kinloch on the east coast.
Measures roughly 2.5 miles east to west and has a population of around 30, mostly living near the harbour at Port Mòr.
lies to the south of the Isle of Skye and to the north of the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
Coll is known for its sandy beaches, which rise to form large sand dunes. A great place for spotting basking sharks in the summer.
Tiree is the most westerly island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. The low-lying island, southwest of Coll, has an area of 7,834 hectares and a population of around 800.
08 Isle of Mull
or simply Mull — is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides and the fourth largest island surrounding Great Britain.
Known as the Cradle of Christianity. Columba arrived in 563 AD. A beautiful Island with stunning scenery and peaceful atmosphere.
is one of the Slate Islands, Firth of Lorn, in the west of Argyll, about 16 miles south of Oban.
is the ancestral home of Clan Macfie and the Colonsay branch of Clan MacNeill. Some fantastic white beaches are found on the west coast.
Has a large population of red deer and it is commonly believed that the name Jura is derived from hjǫrtr, the Old Norse word for deer.
is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, known for the abundance of Whisky Distilleries.
has an abundant wildlife, especially seabirds. There have been numerous shipwrecks on the surrounding rocks and skerries.
This fertile, low-lying island was once a major centre of Celtic Christianity, with a monastery founded by Saint Moluag.
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