Looking northeast towards the head of Lochindaal and over to the Paps of Jura.
Chladach - as in Brui-chladdich - means generally, a shore, beach, or coast, but more specifically, a stony beach. Loch Indaal is a very shallow and sandy sea loch, in some places only a metre deep, that since the Vikings was used as the main anchorage for Islay. However this specific part of the loch's shoreline is peppered with exposed and hidden rocks up to 50 metres offshore. [read more]