Destinations of: Scotland

Situated 2 miles off the Scottish mainland, the island is easily accessed by ferry (8 minutes) from Largs. Millport, home of Britain's smallest cathedral is the only settlement on the island. Hire a bicycle and discover awe-inspiring views.
With just over 100 permanent residents, the peace and tranquility of this remote island could become addictive. Now owned by the National Trust for Scotland the island is the birthplace of Celtic Christianity. The medieval Book of Kells was commenced in around 800 AD by Scottish monks living on the island.
Uninhabited islands and wild, misty mountain vistas ensure a holiday without the tourist hordes. Island hopping is the way to go. Discover breathtakingly beautiful, land and seascapes where fishing, crofting and cattle raising are the main activities. And why not sample a wee dram!

Monastery accommodation for pilgrims and tourists. An invaluable online guide for travelers who want to stray off the well-trodden tourist path.
An online destination for modern-day pilgrims and budget travelers of those who seek unique experiences in the convents and monasteries around the world.

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