Sanna Bay lies at the most westerly point in mainland Britain. Most of your journey to Sanna Bay is made on single track roads along the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Sanna Bay is dominated by beautiful white shell sand and turquoise sea. The bay lies between Sanna Point to the north and Ardnamurchan point to the south.

Sanna Bay is only a miles walk from Portuairk and 6 miles from Kilchoan and is well known for its magnificient beaches and coastal scenery. Superb views of the Small Isles (Rhum, Muck, Eigg and Canna) can be seen from Sanna Bay and if you are lucky you can often see whales and dolphins.

Sanna Bay is reached from the South by crossing at the Corran Ferry. Reaching Sanna Bay takes a little effort - 45 minutes along narrow single track road - but it is worthwhile. A wild spot with rugged mountains and dramatic seascapes, offers generous views and the possibility of catching sight of some of Scotland's most elusive wildlife - sea eagles, otters and pine martens along the shores of Loch Sunart. From Sanna Bay visit Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, Bay Macneil, Kilchoan, Portuairk, Ardnamurchan Distillery