Inchcolm Island

Incolm Island

lnchcolm is an island in the Firth of Forth in Scotland. Sail to a very special island in the Firth of Forth - home to Scotland's best-preserved monastery buildings. All the abbey and its premises are open to the general population and you can even go up to the top of the top of the steeple to enjoy a breathtaking view of the island.

All the abbey and its premises are open to the general population and you can even go up to the top of the top of the steeple to enjoy a breathtaking view of the island. A munitions gallery was excavated by the royal engineers in 1916 through the east end of the island, which can still be explored today.

There are also two nice sandy spots and many seats where you can just take a picknick and unwind and enjoy the tranquility of the island. On the island there is a small souvenir store and a visitors center with a lot of information about the island's past.

Toilets are also available on the island. You' ll have the opportunity to land where you have 90 minutes to discover the historical monastery, the beach and the ramparts.

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