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6 September 2021

A few miles up the road from Currie Sands I passed this lovely bay. To reach the beach from the road I hopped over a gate and walked alongside the ruins of Kilchiaran Chapel, knocked up by St Columba in 560AD. The beach itself is formed of sand and shingle with lovely photogenic rock formations scattered across the bay. I imagine this would be a fabulous spot for a sunset picnic in the summer.