Scotlands most spectacular cave with a huge entrance, a bridge to the second chamber and an 80 foot waterfall. Well worth a stop.
Scotlands most spectacular cave, it was formed by both the sea and a river. From its huge entrance there is a bridge to the second chamber with an 80 foot waterfall. The larger and even more impressive third chamber can be reached by boat between April and September. Boat trips are dependent on the height of the water, times are publicised locally.The cave is accessed by a steep well made path from the car park beside the main road. Public toilets.
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