The Firth of Lorne at Dunbeg

Christine Smith

Grovedale, Australia

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FEATURED in A Place To Call Home 25-06-2013

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The Firth of Lorn is a body of water on Scotland’s west coast, in Argyll and Bute. It lies between the Isle of Mull to the northwest and the Isles of Kerrera, Seil and Luing (the Slate Islands) along with parts of the Scottish mainland southwest of Oban on the southeast side. The firth’s width ranges from 5 to 10 km. It is about 25 km long. Dunbeg is a small village about two and a half miles outside of Oban and is home to the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), one of the primary marine science centres in the UK. Also near Dunbeg, is Dunstaffnage Castle, part of the Campbell Clan and is owned by the Captain of Dunstaffnage.

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