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2 May 2024

After a magnificent coastal walk on the far western edge of the Ardnamurchan peninsula from Sanna Bay, it was time to head to the dramatic, rocky north coast and take a look at four small beaches all within a few miles of each other.  One small single track dead-end road heads north from the village of Kilchoan to reach a few tiny settlements on the north coast. My first stop was the crofting village of Kilmory, whose small beach can be accessed via a track at the end of the settlement. The cove consists of white sand, shingle, green/blue rock pools and large boulders, backed by low dunes and grassland. A perfectly peaceful spot. By the way, this is the second Kilmory beach in the project, not to be confused with the beautiful bay of the same name in north Kintyre.