Place:Calgary, Argyll, Scotland


Alt namesCalgary Baysource: Wikipedia
Located inArgyll, Scotland

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Calgary Bay is located on the north west of Mull about past Dervaig, from the island's capital Tobermory, and is framed by low hills, partly wooded. A broad area of machair (a grassy meadow growing on calcareous sand) lies between the land and the beach. As the tide falls a river meanders across the sands. The beach is served by a small car parking area and public toilets, it is not an official campsite but there is a designated area for short stay wild camping in tents. Calgary village is a small community of houses scattered near the hotel and Calgary Farmhouse. Calgary Castle overlooks the bay. It was the origin of the name of Fort Calgary in Canada, which became the city of Calgary, Alberta.

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