Clachandhu beach certainly isn't the biggest beach on the Isle of Mull, and it definitely doesn't have the whitest sand. But perhaps it has the most gorgeous setting, with majestic cliffs backing the bay and views out to Inch Kenneth, Ulva and northern Mull. The island's main settlements are an hour's drive away so you're unlikely to be sharing the sand with more than a few other people. That's lucky, as there's no formal car park. The beach isn't worth the trip at high tide, but the scenic approach road from the east - hugging the base of the crags as it follows the coast - definitely still is.
Name: Clachandhu beach ★★☆☆☆
Location: B8035 at Clachandhu, G.R.: NM 453352 ///lushly.changed.nesting
|[Scenic coast road to the east]|
|[View out to sea with Ulva (left) and northern Mull (right) in the distance]|
|[Cliffs above the bay]|