The little Loch Lomond’s island of Inchmoan is one of an island group just south of Luss.
Known for its large sandy beaches, the island is low lying and marshy and with only a short stretch of shallow water separating it from the island of Inchcruin, it is possible to wade between the two.
The sandy sheltered beaches make the island a popular destination with campers and picnickers.
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