Islay, Jura, Colonsay & Oronsay
Content: These four islands form the Southern Hebrides and are grouped in pairs: Jura is only a short hop from Islay and Colonsay and Oronsay are only separated by The Strand. While they are close, they are nevertheless very different in character. While Islay has a larger population and is famous for its many distilleries, nearby Jura is mountainous with its renowned Paps and much wilder. It is the home of Jura malt whisky. Colonsay, with its lush vegetation, has a more intimate feel, boasts glorious sandy beaches and has its own gin! Oronsay has an historic Priory and is semi-detached from Colonsay by The Strand which can be crossed on foot at low tide. It is perfectly possible to visit them all in one wonderful trip thanks to connecting ferries. The book contains 100 pictures.
For a list of featured locations, see below.
Market: Books in this series are bought by visitors and locals alike to give as gifts or to keep for their own enjoyment. They are also helpful to those planning a visit as the book leads the reader on a geographical tour of the area. To visitors, they are a great reminder of a visit, while local people buy them to send to friends and family to show off where they live.
Authors: Colin Nutt has worked in book publishing for over 30 years and has written/compiled around 50 books in this and other series. Eithne Nutt joins him in authoring this book. They live in Elgin.
Photography: Colin and Eithne Nutt with additional contributors
Caol Ila Distillery
Kildalton Church & Cross
MacArthur's Head Lighthouse
Rinns of Islay Lighthouse
Abhain Loch na Fudarlaich
Beinn a' Chaolais
Beinn an Oir
Gulf of Corryvreckan
Paps of Jura
Church of Scotland interior
Colonsay House & Gardens
Scalasaig War Memorial
Sound of Islay
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