Loch na Keal (Isle of Mull) Reviews
Description:Loch na Keal on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.
Newest Review: ... white tailed sea eagle. The loch is divided in two by the many small islands. The loch has no main settlements and the nearest small village is Salem some 2.5 miles away. The islands main town of Tobermorey is 15 miles from the loch. I think that a car is essential to visit Mull as there are limited buses especially during the winter months. The weather is also very changeable, with sunshine ... more
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by - written on 13/03/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I love the Scottish highlands and in particular have a passion for the small islands that lay off the west coast, known as the inner isles. The second largest after the isle of Skye is the beautiful Isle of Mull. Having just returned from a week long trip I though I would share some of my favourite places. Loch Na Keal, meaning loch of the narrows, is situated in the remote northern part of Mull. It is reached via the long and winding single track B8073. There are plenty of passing places but the road will test your driving and reversing skills! The main reason we set out to explore the loch was the promise of wildlife, including otters and the magnificent ... Read the complete review
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