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Isle of Canna, Small Isles

The most westerly of the Small Isles, Canna is 5 miles long and 1.25 miles wide. Its a cultural background, archaeology and ornithology make it one of the most interesting islands in the Hebrides. Sustainable farming and crofting systems are carried out on the island, which is a Special Protection Area for its large population of seabirds, especially shags, which nest in the cliffs of its dramatic coastline.

Canna is also a Special Area of Conservation. Pony trekking is available.

Ferry (no cars) from Mallaig to Arisaig, telephone Caledonian MacBrayne – see contact details.

Website: www.nts.org.uk

Phone: 00 44 1475 650100