|Scottish Gaelic: Port nan Long|
Portnalong shown within the Isle of Skye
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|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Postcode district||IV47 8|
Portnalong (Scottish Gaelic: Port nan Long) is a small village on north west of the Isle of Skye on the shore of Loch Harport. Portnalong is Gaelic for "harbour of the ships". It was founded by crofters from Lewis and Harris in 1921.
Portnalong served as a refueling point for allied shipping during World War II. Also in World War II the surrounding hills were used to train the Norwegian resistance soldiers who were involved in the Norwegian heavy water sabotage.