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Where could that be?
Durness, north coast of Scotland...
Noooo! You don’t mean it!

A “rocky coastline, pristine beaches with turquoise waters...”, a description you wouldn’t expect about the most northern coast of Scotland...

Scattered around a string of sheltered sandy coves and grassy cliff tops, Durness straddles the turning point on the main road as it swings east from the inland peat bogs to the coast. Nearby are Smoo Cave, a gaping hole in a sheer limestone cliff, and beautiful Balnakiel beach.
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