Carskey Beach is a lovely beach, supported by sand dunes that stretch west from red sandstone cliffs at Keil Point, to the mouth of the Strone and Breackerie Waters, located in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The Keil Caves located in the eastern part of the car park are well worth a visit. Nearby, you'll discover a couple of footprints engraved into the rock - a memento of where St Columba first landed in Scotland. Above the Carskey Beach can be found Shore Cottage. The lovely beaches of Carskey and the nearby coastline are cleared by the Gulf Stream, which supplies the peninsula with a moderate climate and stimulates the wildlife that inhabits the craggy cliffs and moorland of the Mull of Kintyre.