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Scottish anchorages

Camas Shallachan

This large and wide open bay has its scenic charms, in northerly weather. Apart from walking about on the very green grass and the extensive foreshore at low tide, there is nothing to do in particular. At low tide there is a bit of sand for sandcastles, and certainly children can find a lot to amuse themselves with. There is loads of drift wood so on the right evening good for a barbeque. The beacon guarding the way to the Corran narrows is an odd kind of art nouveau concrete structure (I wonder who designed it, there is nothing quite like it elsewhere). The walk up the glen towards Strontian is pleasant.

The mainland from Sallachan bay Sallachan Point beacon

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The beacon with Loch Leven behind

The mountains to the east of the anchorage