Follow the trail of early Christians from a cave to a chapel and a cross on the ‘big isle’ at the end of Loch Sween.
Eilean Mor has a history as a place of pilgrimage spanning almost 1,000 years, and is traditionally associated with the Leinster saint Abban moccu Cormaig, or St Cormac.
Three sites on the island are in our care:
- St Cormac’s Cave
- St Cormac’s Chapel
- St Cormac’s Cross
Together, they tell the story of Christianity in this corner of Scotland.