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Arisaig , Scotland
Scotland

Arisaig is found on the Road to the Isles a few miles south of Mallaig .

It is a popular place for tourists and also for those fortunate enough to own their own yacht or boat to visit the small isles of Rum Eigg or Muck .

Various sea life can be spotted from the many trips that run during the summer months , including dolphins , seals , basking sharks and minke whales .

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Uploaded: 30/03/2012
Updated: 28/08/2014
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Tags: uk; scotland; arisaig; boatyard; harbour; pontoon; yachts; tourism
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