Fladda is one of the Slate Islands, off the west coast of Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
Fladda is an islet in the Sound of Luing, between Luing and Belnahua. The name Fladda originates from the Old Norse for ‘flat island’. One of the Slate islands, Fladda is located in the Sound of Luing, between Luing and Belnahua.
The lighthouse was built in 1860 by David and Thomas Stevenson. The white cylindrical masonry tower is just 13 metres high with gallery and lantern. The tower is painted white, the lantern is black with an ochre trim. It is a minor light operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board but managed privately. The light emits a two white flashes every 9 seconds. The station has become home to a large colony of terns.
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