A lavish little island off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Eigg is a real gem and is often known as ‘the emerald of the Inner Hebrides’. Lying next to its sister islands of Rum and Canna, these wee islands make for the perfect island-hopping trip where you can gaze out to sea at every turn, enjoy relaxing coastscapes, and soak up the real island life.
Laig Bay is a picturesque, sheltered beach on the north west corner of the island and boasts fantastic views across to the Isle of Rum. The lush golden sands make perfect conditions for building sandcastles, wandering along the shores at sunset, and for surfing the waves on a sunny day.
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