The tranquillity of St. Ronan’s Bay, Isle of Iona (Scotland).
Iona is a small island in the Inner Hebrides off the western coast of Scotland, approximately 1.6 kilometres from the coast of Mull. It was a centre of Irish monasticism for four centuries and is today renowned for its tranquility and natural beauty.
The main settlement, located at St. Ronan’s Bay on the eastern side of the island, is called Baile Mòr and is also known locally as "The Village". The primary school, post office, the island’s two hotels, the Bishop’s House and the ruins of the Nunnery are here. Iona Abbey is located at a short distance to the north.