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ISLE OF ARRAN On the west coast of the island, the Machrie Moor standing stones are well worth a visit.
Not far from the road, a small ancient circle is protected by a stone wall.
Continue on the footpath and you will reach the main site, three-quarters of a mile across the fields.
In 1993 I visited the two groups of small white boulders which lie to the right of the path, then further down on the left several beautifully mysterious tall, red stones.
An information notice explains what little is known about them.
The site of Finlaggan located near Port Askaig is also worth a visit.It's an archaeological dig around what was the ancient seat of the Lord of the Isles in the 14th and 15th centuries.There are 2 islands on this site - Eilean Mor (Big Isle) and Eilean na Comhairle (Council Isle).On the so-called Big Isle there are two main ruins (a chapel dedicated to Saint Finlaggan and a service building), plus the remains of over 20 buildings one of which was a great hall. Robert Pollock has a guide with diagrams covering a standing stone at Finlaggan near the Visitors' Centre.Ten crannogs (ancient loch dwellings) on Islay have been surveyed by Mark Holley.