Island of inspiration
A small island with a giant reputation, Staffa has been attracting visitors for centuries. People come to marvel at the imposing dark columns of volcanic rock that make up the island's cliffs and to see Fingal's Cave, a huge sea cave formed by the constant battering of the Atlantic Ocean. A rich mix of seabirds make the island their summer home, whilst the surrounding seas support seals, dolphins and the occasional giant hulk of a basking shark.
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