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English: Port an Eòrna is the Scottish Gaelic name for the small settlement of Barleyport, situated almost midway between Plockton and the Kyle of Lochalsh, in Ross-shire, Scotland, in the Western Highlands. Port an Eòrna was once a fishing community near Duirinish, an area of common grazing for sheep and Highland cattle. Now it is a cluster of a few houses on National Trust for Scotland land, in an area of spectacular natural beauty. Port an Eòrna is a natural, white sand beach covered at present by seaweed, but soon to be restored by its local residents. Eòrna means "barley" in Scottish Gaelic.

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