The Isle of Carna sits in Loch Sunart, on the southern side of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula in the Highlands. It’s beautiful, secluded, remote and accessible only by boat. There are three properties on the island, used as second homes or holiday lets. There’s a palpable environmental sensitivity to the island, as well as a perennial well-being association, through proximity to some of Scotland’s outstanding coastal scenery. In short, an exquisite place.
What the Isle of Carna means to Andy.
An early morning view of Loch Sunart and the Isle of Carna.
Looking back to Laga Bay from the boat, on the way across to the Isle of Carna.
On top of the world, an outstanding vista, as seen from the Isle of Carna.