Kitesurfing on Islay video

Islay on VideoI’ve shared a few kitesurfing videos before I think, but then again certainly I don’t tire of them. Gael (and two humans I believe) recently visit Islay. I’m not sure how much time Gael did get out on the water, certainly the two humans spent quite some time kitesurfing as you can see in this video:

I hope you enjoyed the video as well, there is some whisky in it as well towards the end. Not to mention a few sightings of a distillery soon to be resurrected.

Camping and walking at Kintra, Islay

Islay on VideoCalum and Jess went for a camping and walking and whisky/gin holiday on Islay. They stayed at Kintra from where they walked out to Soldier’s Rock. They also visited Bruichladdich for the Botanist Gin tour. Enjoy the video:

Calum also blogs at Cal McTravels.

Islay’s Big Strand from the air

Islay on VideoThe video is much shorter than the beach, after all the Big Strand is Islay’s longest beach. But then again the video only covers a small part of it, the part at the southern end, at Kintra, to be precise. And it’s very nice:

PS: Because of the airport it would be impossible to cover the whole beach with a drone anyway.

Leon Murphy’s Islay from the air pictures

Islay PicturesI’ve mentioned Leon before, sharing some of his Islay videos filmed with his drone (Wreck of the Wyre Majestic, MV Finlaggan arriving in Port Ellen). He has also shared some nice still pictures on his Instagram account, some of my favourites here:

Carraig Fhada Lighthouse, Islay. #islay #calmacmoments #visitscotland

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The Big Strand, Islay. #islay #calmacmoments #visitscotland

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Sanaigmore Bay, Islay. #islay #calmacmoments #visitscotland

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I hope you like them, for more including other Islay pictures from the ground check Leon’s Instagram account.