National Trust for Scotland: Burg
Volcanic eruptions many millions of years ago formed the distinctive stepped outline of the peninsula. Although the area is now almost devoid of trees, the sea cliff beyond Burg Farm retains the impression of MacCulloch's fossil tree, engulfed by the lava flow perhaps 50 million years ago. Burg was bequeathed to the National Trust for Scotland in 1932 and was one of the first properties to come into the care of the Trust. The outstanding natural history and geology of this 617-hectare property are recognised by its designation as a National Scenic Area and Environmentally Sensitive Area. It also falls within a Site of Special Scientific Interest. All year, daily.
Isle Of Mull
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