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Loch Laphroaig with the famous Laphroaig Distillery: The view is from the north west corner of the loch, looking east. On the left obviously the distillery, you can see a number of distillery building including the kilns, the malt floors, the reception and some of the warehouses. On one of the warehouses you can see the Laphroaig name in huge letters, this was originally done to help the puffers with their navigation and to identify the distilleries. Today everything is delivered and collected by road, so the lettering is mainly maintained for the tourists. Still looks nice though. Turning right the view goes over the low ‘hills’ to the east of Islay. Finally the view goes out to sea with some smaller rocks and also the now uninhabited island of Texa in the distance.

You can navigate by pointing your mouse over the panorama and moving it while pressing the mouse button. You can zoom in/out with the +/- controls just under the panorama. Some areas in the panorama are hotspots, if you move your mouse pointer over them a short explanation will show in the status bar of the panorama window.

For more panoramas from the Isle of Islay please visit Islay Distillery Panoramas, 180° QuickTime VR panoramas from Islay or 360° Quicktime VR Panoramas from Islay. If you came from the Scotland Summer 2006 travelogue you can return the travelogue and further pictures from Islay's Southern Distilleries.