The Isle of Islay lies in the far South of the Hebridean islands off the West coast of Scotland and has a population of approximately 3,200 people.

Water surrounds Islay and is the wellspring for everything on the island – from the malt whisky distilleries to the magnificent marine life. Islay hosts a multitude of land and sea creatures including red dear, otters and of course grey and common seals!

There are many ancient legends that originated in the Hebrides and in legend Islay is home to The Queen of the Fairies. She watches over Hannah Titania and her family from a towering summit overlooking their home and the island.

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