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- Sango Sands Bay, Durness -

Painting No. 71

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Descriptive Text and

Location Map of Painting

This picture is also available as Bookmark No. P71

Moine location

Durness is the most north-westerly village on the British mainland, isolated to the east by the deep sea inlet of Loch Eriboll and to the west by the sinuous sands of the Kyle of Durness.  The coastline is spectacular, ranging from broad clean beaches to forbidding cliffs and the triple-chambered, waterfall-delved cavern of Smoo Cave with its cathedral-like entrance - the largest in Britain.  The cave is a result of complex geology in this region.  Surrounding Durness, the underlying rocks are Lewisian gneiss and quartzites which create rugged, often bleak, vistas culminating in the cliffs and high moors of nearby Cape Wrath.  Durness itself, however, rests upon a narrow wedge of limestone which creates an altogether gentler and greener landscape, unusual so far north.  What lies beneath the surface is important.    



(NC500) - Drive north about ½ mile along the gravel track to the east of Durness to see this view.