Crowlin Islands

A group of three uninhabited islands in the Inner Sound, the Crowlin Islands lies between Skye and the mainland from which they are separated by the Caolas Mor. The island group comprises Eilean Mor (the big island), Eilean Meadhonach (the middle island) and Eilean Beag (little island) and has an area of 270 ha (567 acres). At low tide these islands are connected by reefs.

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