Traigh Mhor Beach is a large white beach between the villages of Ardmhor and Eoligarry, located on the north side of the Isle of Barra, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. It represents the only beach in the world to handle scheduled airline services and has been designated as the world's most scenic landing. This beach is made of rough compacted sand. It is known for cockle (a marine mollusc) pickers, but other shellfish such as razor fish and winkles are also picked. The cliffs from the north side are a good spot for early morning photography in spring, summer and autumn, a picture at low tide being stunning.