Mullion Cove Islands

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The view out of Mullion Cove, beyond the harbour. The main island was formed by a volcanic eruption some 375 million years ago. These days it is home to a breeding colony for various seabirds including cormorants, shags, guillemots and kittiwakes. The other rocks of interest are Scovarn in the foreground and The Vro in the mid-ground.

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