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Kearvaig Bay

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Backed by towering cliffs and with amazing sea stacks, Kearvaig Bay is a spectacular white sandy beach.

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Lying just to the west of the highest cliffs on the UK mainland and surrounded by rocks and sea stacks, this idyllic bay is a fantastic place to spend a day. A haven for seabirds, including puffins and oystercatchers, the bay is a great place to admire the Scottish wildlife.

Please bear in mind the beach can only be accessed by a long hike or by catching a ferry and a minibus  - it is located a mile or two from Cape Wrath.

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Lying just to the west of the highest cliffs on the UK mainland and surrounded by rocks and sea stacks, this idyllic bay is a fantastic place to spend a day. A haven for seabirds, including puffins and oystercatchers, the bay is a great place to admire the Scottish wildlife.

Please bear in mind the beach can only be accessed by a long hike or by catching a ferry and a minibus  - it is located a mile or two from Cape Wrath.

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