GLENELG HIGHLANDS SCOTLAND DUN TELVE BROCH VIEW OF STANDING WALL
Contributor:JOHN BRACEGIRDLE / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:6000 x 4000 px | 50.8 x 33.9 cm | 20 x 13.3 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:14 April 2021
Glenelg is a scattered community area and civil parish in the Lochalsh area of Highland in western Scotland. Despite the local government reorganisation the area is considered by many still to be in Inverness-shire, the boundary with Ross-shire (where the post town of Kyle of Lochalsh is situated) being at the top of Mam Ratagan ("Ratagan Gap" or "pass") the single track road entry into Glenelg. The main village is called Kirkton of Glenelg and commonly referred to as "Glenelg". There is a smaller hamlet less than a mile to the south by the jetty and skirting Glenelg Bay known as Quarry. There are several other clusters of houses scattered over Glenelg including up Glen Beag and Glen More and on the road leading to the ferry at Kyle Rhea.