Inchcolm Island

Type: Attractions

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Inchcolm Island is a few miles East of the Forth Rail Bridge and is often called the Iona of the East. The well-preserved, Inchcolm Abbey dates back to the 12th Century. It was founded by King David...  Read More

  • Historic Sites: "Between May and August access to the island is limited as the nesting gulls can become rather aggressive."
  • Best for Historic Sites Because: Inchcolm Island is home to one of the best preserved monastic sites in Scotland and offers a fascinating insight into monastic life

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