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Isle of Tiree Images > Other Collections > Ferry Terminal, Gott Bay > Gott Pier from the ferry, Ferry Terminal, Gott Bay

Dubh Artach lighthouse lies 29 km west of Colonsay and 24 km south-west of the Ross of Mull. Designed by Thomas Stevenson with a height of 44 m was erected between 1867 and 1872. This lighthouse is not visible from sea level from Tiree but can be spotted in very clear conditions from the hills around Hynish and Happy Valley., Views from Tiree

Gott Pier from the ferry, Ferry Terminal, Gott Bay, a Tiree image
Gott Pier from the ferry, Ferry Terminal, Gott Bay - Tiree, Scotland

MV Clansman arriving Tiree, Ferry Terminal, Gott Bay
  

 

Gott Pier, in the Isle of Tiree, from the Oban ferry.

Places close to Ferry Terminal, Gott Bay: Gott Bay, Kirkapol, Scarinish and Baugh

The Isle of Tiree, just twelve miles long, is to be found due west of Mull and is unique among Scottish islands. Clean beaches, wild birds by the thousand, black & white cottages and relaxed way of life has become a magnet for discerning tourists. For more, begin at Scarinish, the 'capital'.

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