Camasunary Bay

(Camas Fhionnairigh)

Located on the south coast of the Isle of Skye, Camasunary Bay (Gael: Camas Fhionnairigh) represents the northeast shore of the broad Loch Scavaig, lying to the southeast of the Cuillin Hills. Despite its isolation, it is regarded as one of the finest bays on the island. Meaning "Bay of the Fair Shieling" (pasture) in English, Camasunary Bay has a small bothy for hill-walkers.

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