Eilean Donan Castle stands at the confluence of Loch Alsh (Loch Aillse, meaning foaming lake)
, Loch Long (Ship Lake)
and Loch Duich (Loch Dubhthaich).
Eilean Donan (Island of Donan)
is probably named after the 6th century Irish Saint, Bishop Donan, who came to Scotland around 580 AD.
For further information please visit the Eilean Donan Castle