Traigh Lar, Scotland

Traigh Lar, also known as Lar Beach, is a remote and unspoiled gem situated on the Isle of Coll in Scotland. This secluded beach is a testament to Scotland's wild and rugged beauty. Its pristine white sands contrast beautifully with the azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean, creating a serene and untouched paradise.

One of the most striking features of Traigh Lar is its isolation. The beach is often deserted, making it an excellent spot for those seeking peace and solitude. Visitors can stroll along the shoreline, collecting seashells and enjoying the unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape.

The clear waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling, allowing you to discover the vibrant marine life beneath the surface. Traigh Lar is also a favorite among birdwatchers, as the nearby dunes and machair provide a habitat for various avian species, including puffins and oystercatchers.

Accommodations on the Isle of Coll are limited, but the island's charming community and welcoming atmosphere make it an ideal destination for nature lovers seeking an authentic and tranquil experience.

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