The Small Isles are a small archipelago of islands forming a parish in the Inner Hebrides, off the west coast of Scotland. They lie south of the Isle of Skye and north of Mull and Ardnamurchan – the most westerly point of mainland Great Britain. The Gaelic name, Na h-Eileanan Tarsainn literally means "cross isles" referring to their position between Morar and the Uists.
- Canna: NG245055 (Argyllshire)
- Rùm: NM369987 (Argyllshire)
- Muck: NM415796 (Argyllshire)
- Eigg: NM476872 (Inverness-shire)
Smaller islands surrounding the main four include:
- Sanday (NG273043), separated from Canna by a narrow tidal channel
- Eilean Chathastail, near Eigg
- Eilean nan Each (Horse Island), near north coast of Muck (NM3981)
- Garbh Sgeir
- Gòdag, north of Muck
- Eagamol, near Eilean nan Each
- Humla, and
- two called Dubh Sgeir
The Small Isles together form one of 40 National Scenic Areas in Scotland.
- "National Scenic Areas". SNH. Retrieved 30 Mar 2011.