Known as the Garden of the Hebrides, Canna is in fact two islands, joined by a causeway to the islet of Sandray and together they form the most sheltered natural harbour in the Small Isles. Part of the Inner Hebrides it is located south-west of the Isle of Skye, and is 5 miles long by 1 mile wide. The island is grassy and gently undulating with its summit of Compass Hill 212m high. Numerous seabirds occupy the northern slopes. Canna was an early Christian settlement, and contains the remains of a very early Celtic nunnery and three of the oldest church structures in Scotland including the remains of the lost chapel of Columba, a sixth-century saint.
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