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The Hebridean island of Iona has a significant history and a special, spiritual atmosphere that continues to attract and inspire thousands of visitors each year.

Despite stretching only 3 miles from north to south and 1½ miles from east to west, Iona offers much to enjoy, including white sandy beaches, interesting walks and flower-rich meadows The seabirds are mostly confined to the offshore islets so look out for them with binoculars from the west and south coasts.

Seabirds found on Iona - Atlantic Puffin, Black GuillemotCommon GuillemotRazorbillEuropean Shag, Greater Black Backed Gull, Herring Gull, Lesser Black Backed Gull, European Storm Petrel, Northern Fulmar, Arctic Tern and Common Tern.
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