Jura National Scenic Area

Argyll and Bute, Scotland

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Jura is an island in Argyll and Bute region of Scotland. The island is mountainous, bare and unfruitful, wrapped greatly by wide areas of bog, therefore its small population. By size, Jura takes eighth place, while ranked by population it comes thirty-first in a register of the islands of Scotland . It has a surface of 368 square kilometres (142 square miles) and only 196 residents registered in the 2011's census. The island is much less frequently populated than its neighbour Islay and is one of the least frequently inhabited islands of Scotland. Jura owns only one road of any meaning, A846 , which takes the southern and eastern seashore of the island from Feolin Ferry to Craighouse , a length of about 13 km (8 miles). The track keeps to Lagg, Tarbert, Ardlussa and beyond.

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Argyll and Bute, Scotland
Latitude: 55.923488, Longitude: -5.93999

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