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Totegan is a hamlet on the north coast Sutherland, and is one of the most northerly settlements in mainland Great Britain. The hamlet only has a few cottages and stands by Strathy Point, the headland of a sharp peninsula jabbing north into the Atlantic Ocean in the east part of the county's north coast.
The nearest main road to the hamlet is the A386 north coast rod, which here runs through Strathy at the base of the peninsula.