That cow you can meet while exploaring Islay of Islay.
Scottish cow, ready for discussion
Besides, there are many more cows, sheep, horses and other.
Cows on the road – have become part of the landscape on Islay
Pony at Kilchoman Distillery
There is also a place for llamas, Islay of Islay
Attention is drawn on varied coastline.
Along the way you come across a historical place like Ardnave Chapel with the Ardnave Cross, dating from the eighth century AD (the northern part of the island).
Finlaggan – ruins of a medieval castle, Islay of Islay
Paps of Jura na Islay of Jura seen from the castle ruins of Finlaggan
Yet in the topic of distilleries.
Bruichladdich Distillery – mixing barley vat
Bruichladdich Distillery – warehouse with maturing distillates
Kilchoman Distillery – acces
Kilchoman Distillery – pogoda
Caol Ila Distillery
And like all good things must come to an end. Time to give moorings and sail away.
Mooring rope given back! Up we go!
Sailing away from Islay of Islay
At the farewell Port Ellen showed up, we will miss Islay