Scourie, Scotland

Scourie, historically spelled “Scoury”, is a village on the north west coast of Scotland, about halfway between Ullapool and Durness. The name comes from the Gaelic word Sheiling or shed, a stone-built place of shelter used during the summer months.

It is in the traditional county of Sutherland, now part of the Highland council area; the 2011 Census classified Scourie as ‘Very remote rural’ with an adult population of 132.

You can a wonderful walk out past Scourie Bay to the rugged peninsula giving you some great views out to sea.

There is a small graveyard on Scourie Bay which is well tended and always interesting to look through.

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