One of Caithness's natural harbours created for local community fishing and used up until early 20th Century.
Harbour has no pier or landing stage rather they used the stoney beach area to land and placed iron rings into rocks for mooring.
The harbour entrance is the channel to the right and landing stage is behind the viewer.
Name means Inlet of the Whale as this was the only harbour big enough to land whales that beached or were caught.
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