Loch Sween

Loch Sween is a long narrow sealoch of Argyll and Bute, that runs northeastward from Danna Island in the Sound of Jura to the Knapdale Forest on the Argyll mainland. The loch has a number of small islands near its mouth (the Ulva Islands), while nearer its head lies the island of Eileann Loain. The settlement of Lochgilphead lies 6 miles (10 km) to the east of the head of the loch.

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