A visit to Canna, the most westerly of the Small Isles, is a tonic for the soul. Approaching the island’s buttressed cliffs aboard the ferry, there’s a sense of the pressures of mainland life slowly releasing their grip. A small farming and crofting community still occupies this tiny island just 5 miles long and 1¼ miles wide, while archaeological evidence places people here as far back as the 5th millennium BC.

Home to large colonies of seabirds

Tiny islands just 4.5 miles long and 1 mile wide

The most westerly of the Small Isles

Venue Type:

Garden, parklands or rural site

Admission charges


Additional info

Wheelchair users - Ferry access possible but difficult.Island hard core gravel roads assistance required.Tearoom (1 step) with picnic tables outside.




0844 4932244

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