Follow Hamish's directions.
Access to the site is via a couple of field gates.
As Hamish says, this site is all about the location. The views across the channel to Mull are fantastic. The clear turquoise water, white sand, rose colored rocks and lush green grass is something to behold. Added to this a blue sky and white fluffy clouds - a change from the torrential rain on my last visit!
Cladham Diseirt is overgrown and unloved.
Iona is a special place, somewhere everyone should visit at least once.
If you walk North from the Abbey towards the Duchess Cross,on the right just before the Cross a few hundred metres towards the sea is this Cairn. It has been partly destroyed but fits in with the ambience of the area. Who or what was buried here I don't know, but the outlook is beautiful. One of the joys of being here in May is the weather, 22-23 degrees, amazing.