Keep heading north and west on the Isle of Mull and you'll eventually reach Calgary Bay (Beach of the meadow): a little hive of activity on the otherwise quiet Mornish peninsula. Exposed to the Atlantic, it can be a wild place when storms roll in off the sea, but in sunshine at low tide it's the best beach for miles - and popular enough that there's even a shop (well, shack) selling ice creams. For peace and quiet, stroll along the track heading west along the coast from the car park, soon reaching a ramshackle pier. There's also an excellent sculpture trail behind the beach, described separately.
|[On the beach]|
Name: Calgary Bay ★★★☆☆
Location: B8073 5 miles west of Dervaig, G.R.: NM 372512 ///lodge.daydreams.files
|[Calgary Bay from the road to the pier]|