(View details) Area: 47 (view area map) Latitude: 57 42'N Longitude: 07 11'W Website: is the southern terminal for the Sound of Harris ferry service to Leverburgh.
Formerly this service sailed from Otternish, but when the causeway to Berneray was completed in 1998, Aird Ma Ruibhe became the new terminal.
(View details) Area: 34 (view area map) Latitude: 54 59'N Longitude: 03 16'W Website: the 18th and 19th centuries Annan was a major point for emigration to America.
Waterfoot Road runs along the riverside merse to the remains of the two piers where families caught boats for the New World.
(View details) Area: 25 (view area map) Latitude: 52 49'N Longitude: 04 30'W Abersoch is a coastal resort about seven miles west of Pwllheli on Cardigan Bay on the A499.
It has some splendid beaches - Porth Fawr, Porth Bach and Porth Ceiriad being sandy and South facing safe beaches. (View details) Area: 100 (view area map) Latitude: 51 23'N Longitude: 03 24'W The following is extracted largely from the Wikipedia entry for Aberthaw: In the 16th century, the port, situated to the south east of the village proper, had emerged as a sma...
(View details) Area: 44 (view area map) Latitude: 57 05'N Longitude: 05 46'W Airor is situated at the end of the public highway from Inverie in Knoydart, and is one of the most remote spots in Scotland.
There is a small cluster of houses in Airor with only eight permanent residents. (View details) Area: 53 (view area map) Latitude: 60 17'N Longitude: 01 22'W Website: lies at the head of the the broad and well-sheltered Aith Voe, at the heart of the west mainland.
But in 2003 the Altnaharrie Inn (the former ferryman's residence) was sold and is now a private residence. (View details) Area: 1 (view area map) Latitude: 55 20'N Longitude: 01 34'W Website: at the mouth of the river Coquet, was originally settled by the Romans.(View details) Area: 43 (view area map) Latitude: 56 30'N Longitude: 05 29'W Website: Lismore is a long narrow island, ten miles long (including Musdile at the S. (View details) Area: 54 (view area map) Latitude: 58 28'N Longitude: 03 06'W The slipway at the harbour dates from 1910.It is made of ferro-concrete and was the first of its type to be constructed in the UK.(View details) Area: 100 (view area map) Latitude: 52 15'N Longitude: 04 12'W During the twelfth century Cistercian monks arrived in Aberarth to establish churches and much of the stone used in the construction of their abbey was brought by sea from Bristol to Aberarth.But following the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VII...The harbour was constructed in the late 19th century as the coal port for the pits at Radclifffe, Broomhill, Newborough and Hauxley, handling around 800 ships and 750,000 tonn...