(Isay Island, Iosaigh)

The largest of a group of uninhabited islands located off the northwest coast of the Isle of Skye, in Highland Council Area, Isay (sometimes known as Isay Island, Gael: Iosaigh) covers an area of 60 ha (148 acres) and reaches a height of 22m (72 feet). The island once supported a thriving fishing community but all that remains are the ruins of cottages and back houses. It is now used as a grazing area for sheep.

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