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Top Videos for Cruise Destination Gigha, Scotland–Created by BoostVacations.com Staff

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Isle of Gigha, Scotland

The Isle of Gigha in south-west Scotland. Including views from the Calmac ferry, Creag Bhan the highest hill and Achamore Gardens. 13 May 2008.

Islands of Scotland - Islay, Juray, Colonsay and Gigha (3/3)

3) Islay, Jura, Colonsay and Gigha Islay, a Scottish island known as "The Queen of the Hebrides" (Banrìgh nan Eilean), is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides. It lies in Argyll just to the west of Jura and around 25 miles (40 km) north of the Irish coast, which can be seen on a clear day.

Islands of Scotland - Islay, Juray, Colonsay and Gigha (1/3)

3) Islay, Jura, Colonsay and Gigha Islay, a Scottish island known as "The Queen of the Hebrides" (Banrìgh nan Eilean), is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides. It lies in Argyll just to the west of Jura and around 25 miles (40 km) north of the Irish coast, which can be seen on a clear day.

Islands of Scotland - Islay, Juray, Colonsay and Gigha (2/3)

3) Islay, Jura, Colonsay and Gigha Islay, a Scottish island known as "The Queen of the Hebrides" (Banrìgh nan Eilean), is the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides. It lies in Argyll just to the west of Jura and around 25 miles (40 km) north of the Irish coast, which can be seen on a clear day.

Kayak Scotland - Gigha 2011

A Fife Sea Kayak Club annual paddle to the island of Gigha in Kintyre.

Isle of Gigha, Scotland

Named "Gods little isalnd" by the Vikings, Gigha is a community owned Island in Scotland. This is a view from the Caldonian Mcbrayne.

Jura, Gigha and a glimpse of Arran

Jura, Gigha and a glimpse of Arran from The Coves, south of Port Ban, West Scotland

Two Islands (Project Preview): Megijima, Japan and Gigha, Scotland

In 2013, social/ecological artists Patrick M. Lydon and Flavia Salvador began a project 5,773 miles apart from each other; on the islands of Megijima in Japan and Gigha in Scotland, respectively. Here, as embedded artist/researchers, the two explored ideas of community, identity, and connection to nature with the local populations.

Argyll, Lochaber, Gigha & Mull

Tour around Western Scotland

Sharks Spotted in Scotland

This was filmed from the CalMac ferry Isle of Arran between Islay, Jura and Gigha in Scotland. It was 30th August 2010 at 18:30 on a brilliant late summer evening. It shows Basking Sharks (I think but please correct me if wrong!). The final footage also shows what appears to be a small whale or maybe a porpoise.