The Tarbat Ness Lighthouse is located at the North West tip of the Tarbat Ness peninsula near the fishing village of Portmahomack . It was built in 1830 by Robert Stevenson and has an elevation of 53 metres and 203 steps to the top of the tower. The lighthouse tower is the third tallest in Scotland behind North Ronaldsay and Skerryvore and is notable for having two distinguishing broad red bands.
According to local tradition, the site of the lighthouse was once a Roman fort and later used for witches’ covens. Tarbat Ness is also a place of special interest for the observation of migratory birds.
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