Who needs showers? We pick sites with few frills but wilderness aplenty from the new Almost Wild Camping guide
The pitches aren’t the flattest, there are two composting loos and water comes from a well, but the setting is far wilder than the facilities at this remote campsite (which is also known as Eigg Organics) below an amphitheatre of sheer, volcanic cliffs on the Isle of Eigg. You can’t bring your own car but you can rent bikes or hitch a lift across the island to the tiny croft where the campsite is found. There are two white sand beaches within a 15-minute walk; one, the lovely Singing Sands, has natural arches, caves and waterfalls to explore, and campers enjoy sunsets over the jagged Isle of Rum in summer.
• April–Oct, a pitch and two people from £14 a night