Latheronwheel Harbour

The heart of the petite village built in the 1830s, Latheronwheel Harbour was once a thriving fishing harbour for herring imports. The scenic waterfront is still used by locals for casual fishing or lobster catching and the peaceful setting is perfect for picnics, painting or just soaking in the Scottish sunshine.

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