Sandwood Bay, Cape Wrath

Moving around to the west side of the Cape Wrath peninsula, we drove out to the charming bay at Droman, and then set off on a walk to Sandwood Bay, one of Scotland’s most secluded beaches.

We took the less travelled route on the way out, which ended up with about a mile of heather thrashing and bog hopping to join back up with the main path, but the walk all the better for it.

The views on the way we’re just lovely, and the beach itself pure white golden sands.

Back at the can and wildcamping by Dromen Pier for the night, we were treated to a lovely sunset to round off the day.

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