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#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Isle of Iona
The organ-pipe-like rock formation from millions and millions of years ago was stunning and to know it was the other end of the lava and rock formation that made The Giant's Causeway just added to the enormity of...
It’s certainly well worth the trip, especially with the education we got about all aspects of Iona, it’s people and history.
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#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Isle of Iona
Visiting Iona is quite magical, there is so much to see on such a small island, the abbey the hotels and the restaurants and little cafes really cater for all your needs!
Beautiful walk and lots of benches in the dunes to sit and reflect on nature and the beauty of the big ocean.
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Isle of Iona
Whether looking north to Fingal's Cave on the island of Staffa, east to the landscape of the Isle of Mull, south to the Machair golf course and the spouting cave, or simply west to the Atlantic ocean, the views ar...
Well worth the hike up the montain(hill) from the Abbey .Views across the sees to other islands-Staffa and Tiree.We had cleart blue skys so we hope you readers have the same weather.
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Isle of Iona
Excellent Island
Really not difficult to get to, up and over the island and down the side of the golf course and you're just about there- well worth the effort for the stunning sunset over the western isles.
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#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Isle of Iona
Great for a walk and would have been perfect for a picnic.
Take a picnic and a tripod and enjoy the experience.