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A view over the north of Islay from the hills above Sanaigmore Bay, looking mainly east from Cnoc Uamh nam Fear. Just below Sanaigmore with Sanaigmore Bay. From Sanaigmore follow the coastline to Ardnave with Ardnave Point at the top. Just off Ardnave Point is Nave Island to the north. On the horizon behind Ardnave Point you can make out the silhoutte of parts of the Isle of Jura. The most northerly part of Islay visible from here is the distinctly shaped hill of Mala Bholsa (127m). To the south and east of it the various hills in the north of Islay. Below the hills Killinallan and if you look closely you can even make out parts of Loch Gruinart. On the horizon the big shadows of two of the Paps of Jura.

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 180° QuickTime VR panoramas from Islay, more 180° Quicktime VR Panoramas, 360° Quicktime VR Panoramas from Islay or the Islay Whisky Distilleries panoramas. If you came from the Two weeks on Islay in June 2007 travelogue you can return to the travelogue and further pictures from the hillwalking near Sanaigmore on Islay.