Welcome to Scotland's Adventure Coast

Argyll & The Isles is a natural playground. This is Scotland’s Adventure Coast where mountains, lochs, islands and forests combine with a spectacular coastline to provide an awe-inspiring setting for a host of activities on land and water.

From surfing to kayaking, quad-biking to mountain biking, get off the beaten track and find your own adventure. Go island hopping, swim in crystal clear water, breathe pure air, watch magnificent sunsets and see starry skies that will take your breath away.

You’ll also discover incredible wildlife, a rich Highland history and fabulous local food. And all of this is just a hop and a skip from Glasgow.

Download our handy Wild About Argyll leaflet here for an overview and map of all that this wonderful place has to offer.

Argyll & The Isles Interactive Map

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Based in Glasgow? Argyll is closer than you think.

The city of Glasgow and Scotland’s Adventure Coast are right on each other’s doorsteps. You can easily be out of the city and enjoying your adventure of choice in less than an hour.

Find out more.

Win an Inveraray Wild About Argyll experience 

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Have your own Mark Beaumont-style mini adventure! Argyll Adventure, Fishinguide Scotland, Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa, Inveraray Castle and Inveraray Jail have teamed up to give you the chance to win an unforgettable experience in and around Inveraray.

Which Scottish clan is associated with Inveraray Castle?

Latest blog posts

Basking shark and boat
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Wild About Argyll

Argyll & the Isles is known world-wide as a basking shark hotspot.

People dancing at a ceilidh
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Argyll Holidays

Argyll Holidays launched its #LoveArgyll campaign his summer, asking people to share why they love Argyll so much and to post selfies and scenic pics online. They'll also be offering great prizes throughout the summer, from a luxury hot tub lodge break to a bottle of champagne. To kick off, here's their guest post on 50 things to do this summer in Argyll. 

View from Kilfinan Community Forest
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Wild About Argyll

Argyll’s landscape is perfect for bushcraft and foraging. Most of the region is rural and remote, and the forests, beaches and hills provide the perfect setting to learn a host of outdoor and bushcraft skills.

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