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The memorial is located on the Oa peninsula (see below). To the left of the harbour, behind the houses, a road runs around to Port Wemyss.
NERABUS - 2 miles south of Port Charlotte Situated on the east side of the Rhinns in the parish of Kilchoman. In 1850 there were 14 dwellings and a chapel thought to have been dedicated to St. In the old cemetery ancient carved gravestones dating from the 14th and 15th centuries were recently discovered under a row of turnips. PORTNAHAVEN - 5 miles south of Nerabus A picturesque little village with white cottages sitting around the harbour and a tiny stretch of beach. Directly overlooked by Orsay, it appears to be more like an extension of Portnahaven, a sort of little sister. Robert Pollock has produced an excellent guide covering the stone circle 6km north of Portnahaven.
It was founded in 1828 by Walter Frederick Campbell who named the village after his mother.
The Port Mor Centre includes a cafe, toilets, showers, laundry, Internet access, meeting rooms and a large children's playground.
BRIDGEND The main junction on the island connecting Port Ellen in the south, Port Askaig in the east and Port Charlotte to the west.
The journey is made with a 15 minute stop at Colonsay. Car Hire BOWMORE Islay's capital has a variety of shops including: supermarket, post office, garage, banks, pharmacy, gift shops, hair dressing salon.With the streets laid out in a grid pattern, it was the first planned village in Scotland and was part of a resettlement scheme involving people from the old village of Killarow near Islay House (Bridgend).The Columba Centre (Ionad Chaluim Chille Ile) is the Gaelic Language and Heritage Centre just outside Bowmore.It mentions the American Memorial, a lighthouse-shaped monument to the 266 servicemen who drowned here in 1918. A few hundred metres offshore, a couple of low-lying islands form a natural harbour wall. On its grassy top, the ruins of a chapel are dwarfed by the Rinns lighthouse built in 1825 to a design by Robert Stevenson.One troop ship was sunk by a U-boat and a second went down after a collision off the west coast of the Rhinns. In the museum at Port Charlotte I believe there is an early Christian carved stone dating from the 6-8th century which was found here.