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Some of our recommended attractions in Argyll
take a look at our brochure for local woodland walks
Lots of things to see and do in and around Inveraray.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the hill above Kames, the golf course offers truly panoramic views across the water to the Isle of Bute.
Tighnabruaich Art Gallery on the Main street has excellent local art on display.
The Hidden Gallery, Newton, Loch Fyne – Discover the wonderfully vibrant work of internationally renowned artists Don McNeil and Jean Bell. Tel: 01369 860379.
The Isle of Bute is easily accessible, 15 minutes to the ferry at Colintraive - good walks or simply watch the boats ply up and down the Firth of Clyde.
Mount Stuart House on the Isle of Bute provides an excellent day out. Explore the beautiful gardens and theatrical rooms of the house itself, inspired by history, astrology, art and mythology. There is also a gift shop and restaurant for a relaxing cup of tea.
Nestling beneath the steep cliff that overlooks Oban, one of Scotland's oldest sources of single malt scotch whisky is but a stone's throw from the sea. Take a tour of the senses at Oban Distillery!
You will be taken around the distillery by one of the knowledgeable guides exploring each part of the whisky making process. Your tour will finish with a sample of Oban 14 year old single malt with some crystallised ginger – a taste sensation! To round off nicely you will be given a small memento to remind you of your visit to Oban Distillery.
Step back almost two centuries and take your seat on the public benches of their historic courtroom and try out the hammocks in the old prison. Great day out.
The Kintyre 66 (K66) is an exciting new route that will help you discover one of Scotland’s most scenic regions, and what so inspired Sir Paul McCartney all those years ago. With its pristine natural setting, unique coastal character and rich history, you ‘ll never run out of things to do in Kintyre and Gigha. Dine on the freshest seafood and savour some of the world’s most famous Scotch whiskies.
Argyll & The Isles is a natural playground where mountains, lochs, islands and forests combine with a spectacular coastline to provide an awe-inspiring setting for bikepacking.