The Isle of Jura is one of Scotland's last wildernesses. A little over 200 people are outnumbered by 5000 deer on this stunning Scottish island. Its name is believed to originate from the Norse “Island of the Deer”. The Isle of Jura can be found off the west coast of Scotland and more specific a few miles north-east from Islay, separated by the Sound of Islay. It borders on the east at the Sound of Jura with the Kintyre Peninsula and Knapdale Argyll on the other side. To the north the island of Scarba is Jura's closest neighbour separated by the Strait of Corryvreckan with its famous whirlpool. To the west the island of Colonsay can be found, separated by the Atlantic ocean.
This is another island with such a distinctive shape. It measures 50cm x 16cm which means it's very long and thin and probably more suited to holding small dishes or candles. They are dispatched wrapped in bubble wrap and in a nice big sturdy box. Free postage and packaging on all UK orders. For more information about Islay visit Jura