Applecross Peninsular tour

For our first full day in the NW of Scotland, Judith and I took Aaron and Jo on a tour of the Applecross peninsular – taking in the famous Bealach Na Ba (one of Britain’s steepest roads), the beautiful village of Shieldaig, a sandy beach at a place actually called Sand, a short walk to the ‘remote’ Coillieghillie beach and, finally, the multi-award winning Applecross Inn to watch the sun go down.Β  Quite simply, a fabulous day out! 😊

10 thoughts on “Applecross Peninsular tour

  1. omg. I want to move to the little house. Honestly. I don’t know what it is about the north and west coast of Ireland, or what I imagine Wales and Scotland (through things like your photos) but I love, love, love the empty, windblown gorgeousness of these places. Looks like you had great weather and love the “along the way” photos as always.

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    • Thanks Hanna. Have you been to Torridon? If not you should plan a visit to that area. It’s fabulous, with some great mountains to conquer! πŸ™‚ I’ll be posting pics of my daughter’s wedding when I get some decent pictures (and catch up after my holiday).

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