We were off to the islands on Friday to spend a long week-end walking and exploring the Inner Hebrides, this time with a final destination of Islay. This beautiful island has much to offer in walking routes and has, of course, a large concentration of whisky distilleries that brings enthusiasts from across the world to see in person where their ‘dram’ originates.
We enjoyed the walking out to the Kildalton Cross, Port Mor, Machir Bay Kilchoman, Carraig Fhada with it’s square shaped lighthouse and the Singing Sands of Traigh Bain. The ferry crossings also add a bit extra fun to this type of tour and we were so lucky to enjoy some wonderful weather.
Walk to Carraig Fhada
EasyWays offers Islay as part of a multi-choice option within our Clyde Islands Tour that also includes island walking in Arran, Kintyre, Ghia and Jura.