Located seven miles south of the Small Isle of Muck, Ardnamurchan Point and its Stevenson-built lighthouse constitute the most westerly point in mainland Britain. As you can imagine, this is an isolated spot, forming the southern edge of Sanna Bay and approached by a long single track road. The beach is pristine and unspoilt, with the view extending as far as Skye, in the north.. It’s a great getaway location, a fine place to regain or confirm perspective.
How the beach resonates for Pauline, at Ardnamurchan Point.
At the edge of the land, mainland Britain’s most westerly point.