Islay - Queen of the Hebrides
The Isle of Islay is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides in Scotland.  The island is best known for its Whisky and currently has 8 working distilleries.  In addition, Islay has miles of spectacular beaches, the world famous Machrie Golf Links and is a haven for bird watchers with RSPB Reserves at the Oa and Loch Gruinart.
The Island also offers visitors opportunities to take part in many activities on both land and sea.
The best way to find out about Islay is to come and see and the following links provide information on what makes a visit to Islay unforgettable.
  1. Kilnaughton
  2. Cairnmore Woods
  3. The Paps of Jura
  4. Sunset
  5. Claggan Bay
  6. The Oa
  7. The neighbours pop round!!
  8. Title 26
  9. Ardbeg
  10. Carraig Fhada Lighthouse
  11. Kilnaughton Beach
  12. The evening ferry
  13. Port Askaig looking to Jura
  14. Waiting for the ferry.
  15. Port Ellen
  16. Another of the neighbours.
  17. Swan's Pool. Port Ellen
  18. Sunbathing
  19. MV Finlaggan at Kennacraig
  20. The American Monument
  21. The Northern Lights
  22. Ardbeg
  23. Bunnhabhain - Northern Lights
  24. Title 29