Outwardly, the fjords resemble calm blue lakes, but the water in them is salty. In fact, these are long, narrow sea bays that cut deep into the land. On both sides of the fjords are often framed by majestic rocks.
Small and large waterfalls that originate on high-altitude glaciers break down from almost vertical rocky shores.
Although one fjord is often an extension of another and you can sail from fjord to fjord and return to the open sea, on the fjords you will feel as if you were transported to another universe, especially if you came to this region in the winter. Continue reading
Fingal’s Cave (Fingal’s Cave) or as it is also called “cave of melodies” is located on the island of Staffa (Staffa), part of the inner Hebrides of Scotland, and located to the West of the island of mull. It fascinates with its whimsical sounds and melodies of nature.
Staffa island itself is very small, about a kilometer long and half a kilometer wide. at its highest point, It rises 46 meters above sea level. The name of Staffa means “island-column”, and the ancient Vikings called it “island of columns”, most of its coast, the total length of which is 2.4 kilometers, consists of basalt cliffs. Continue reading