Loch Bhasapoll

A small loch in the northwest of Tiree in the Inner Hebrides, Loch Bhasapoll lies to the north of Kilmoluaig and represents the second largest water body on the island. Two of the islets within the loch are thought to be crannogs, or ancient lake-dwellings. The loch is now used for fishing and water sports, and supports a bird-watching hide.

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