Sea kayaking around the coast of Coll
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- Wales,Gwynedd,Bala. White water kayaking on the Tryweryn River at the National Whitewater Centre
- A boy flies a kite on one of Coll's many beaches
- England, Cornwall, Port Gaverne. Sea kayaks hauled up on the beach at low tide.
- A thatched Blackhouse or traditional cottage
- The two Breachacha Castles stand at the head of Loch Breachacha. The older castle seen on the right was built in the fifteenth century and once a MacLean clan stronghold. Teh new castle was built around 1750. It was here that Boswell and Dr. Johnson stayed on their tour of the Hebrides when they were forced to take refuge after a storm.
- Breachacha Castle,built in the fiteenth century and once a MacLean clan stronghold.
- Standing stones at Totronald on the island of Coll. they are called Na Sgeulachan in Gaelic which means teller of tales.
- Wild flowers cover much of the machair on the island of Coll
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