The fabulous beaches of Sanna and Portuairk provide amazing views of Ardnamurchan Point and The Small Isles. White sands, clear turquoise seas, species-rich dunes and small rocky islands make it one of the most stunning beaches in the area. In spring and summer, the dunes are a riot of colour with thyme, bedstraws, harebells, orchids and vetches, whilst the dune slacks support bog pimpernel, water mint, grass of parnass and marsh lousewort. The creeping willow (Salix repens), a tree barely taller than the surrounding grass, makes an unusual addition to the plant list. A great place for butterflies, including blues, browns and fritillaries. Look out for otters and an array of coastal birds. In addition, there are many pleasant walks in the area. Sanna Bay is a favourite amongst artists and photographers alike. Take time to explore this stunning beach with its rockpools, clear seas and lovely dune system. A great place to lose yourself.