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Durness Travel guide
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This small village on the north coast, once the focal point for a community of little farms, today prospers thanks to a steady flow of tourists visiting northern Scotland.
Tourist attractions Durness : Things to see and do
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Cape Wrath stands west of Durness and marks the extreme northwest of Scotland. Protected by the Clo Mor cliffs, which, at 281m high, are the highest in Britain, the cape is home to a colony of seabirds. To get here, you take the ferryboat from Keodal..
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This old radar station is now home to a group of craftsmen. The information centre (exhibition hall, tea-room and snack bar) and the workshops are open to the public. Visitors can watch craftsmen at work (ceramics, jewellery, weaving, bookbinding and..
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A limestone outcrop explains the presence of the cave and sandy beaches. The waters of Allt Smoo plunge into a funnel and reappear at the entrance of the outer cave. Only experienced, well-equipped potholers are allowed into the inner caves.