Uamh a' Chaise - (The) cave (of the) streaming water. MacLeod translates as “cave of cheese”. The cave does have numerous natural springs about. 6230 8355
Uamh a’ Chaise seascape No. 1 – A view from the east with the cave, or uamh, being located practically dead centre, though it is obscured by low shrubs and trees. It should be noted that there are several declivities along the shore that could also be classified as caves, since the eastern side of Jura tend to have much smaller natural shelters. Frequently, mere low cliffs, or areas beneath large boulders are referred to as an uamh, so the Gaelic word has almost another meaning, that being of course “shelter”.