Grenitote Peninsula

An uninhabited finger of land which leads to the most northerly point of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides, the Grenitote Peninsula extends north from Grenitote and Sollas. The core of the peninsula is Machair Leathann - an extensive area of machair, which is farmed by local crofters. This is fringed by dunes and fine sandy beaches to the west and east. The remains of an ancient settlement are to be found at Udal in northwest of the peninsula. A graveyard of the Macleans of Boreray lies at the foot of Aird a' Mhorain in the northeast of the peninsula.

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