Isle of Coll (Scottish Gaelic: Cola) is situated west of Mull in Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is famous for its sandy beaches, that rise to form huge sand dunes, for Breacachadh Castle and for its corncrakes. Coll is in the council area of Bute and Argyll. The population of the isle was much higher in the past. During the late 18th century there were around 1,000 people supported by fishing and agriculture. During Highland clearances of the 1830s-1840s, half of the population left, and many moved to Canada, South Africa or Australia. In 2011 the population on Coll was 195.
The main hub of the Isle of Coll is its largest settlement, Arinagour. 1.5 km (1 mile) south of Arinagour is Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal. The ferry sails from Oban to Coll to Tiree with a return trip Tiree-Coll-Oban. An extensive RSPB reserve is situated towards the west end of the isle. One of the main attractions on Isle of Coll is the rare corncrake.
Highlights: Inner Hebrides, Breachacha Castle
Isle of Coll cruise terminal
Cruise ships to Coll Island dock (anchor) at Arinagour - port town on the eastern coast (in Arinagour Bay).
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