Watenan South Broch

This one was surprisingly difficult to find. On the map it looked as if it was impossible to miss, so I didn't take care with my planning, and didn't have a map with me. I had my phone and there was an internet connection, so I checked maps online and eventually found it. You can't really see it until you're standing in it, and even then you'd only know it was a broch if you were looking for it. You can park by the start of the loch and walk from there.

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