Hi folks! I'm contemplating writing a short fic set during the "between" years (after James and Lily's deaths and before the start of canon) in which Remus finds himself repeatedly drawn to far-flung, edge-of-the-world type places around Great Britain (and possibly Ireland) – dramatic locations with cliffs and sea and wind, where he's kind of wrestling with his grief and guilt, trying to figure out how to go on with his life. Mostly I want ocean-side locations, though I guess craggy mountains or desolate moors could also do it!
Any suggestions of spots that fit the bill?
So far I've thought of maybe Malin Head (because it's the northernmost point of Ireland and simply because I've actually been there, so I can describe it) and Land's End (because it's got cliffs, and for the wonderful name!) If I'm leaving aside the ocean aspect, I suppose Mount Snowdon in winter could work (have also been there, can also describe it). And maybe somewhere in the Hebrides, or Orkney, or, or, or...?
For ideas, I've been looking at lists of the "extreme" points of the island of Great Britain (as well as of the UK as a whole, and of the various constituent countries) – northernmost point, westernmost point, highest point, etc. But some of those places (like Soay on St. Kilda or Out Stack in the Shetlands) are suitably dramatic, but so far-flung that Remus is unlikely to be able to reach them on his limited budget, while others (like Dunnet Head or Corrachadh Mòr in Scotland) are interesting for the fact that they happen to be the westernmost or whatever, but I can't tell by looking at pictures whether they're actually dramatic places in and of themselves.
Would be happy for any and all suggestions – thank you so much! I'm just discovering this community, but it's such a cool thing.