Just 10 miles south of Oban lies the island of Seil, the most northerly of the Slate Isles. Here are six good reasons to cross the Bridge over the Atlantic.
The busy town of Oban is known as ‘The Gateway to the Isles’ where you can visit the islands of Isle of Mull, Isle of Iona, Kerrera, Lismore and Coll & Tiree
The Isle of Iona is the final resting place for many of the Kings of Scotland. It’s home to Iona Abbey, one of Scotland’s most historic and sacred sites.
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The Isle of Bute has something for all wild swimmers. The island's sheltered bays and beaches are perfect for mild or wild swimming adventures around Bute.
Mull, known as Eagle Island has the highest density of nesting golden eagles, so you’ve a good chance of spotting these feathered giants on a visit to Mull.
Argyll & the Isles is known for some of Scotland’s most beautiful beaches. So, wrap up, pack a flask and take a walk along these ten Argyll beaches this winter.
Ostel Bay near Tighnabruaich and Portavadie is simply stunning. This crescent-shaped sweep of sand is the jewel in the crown of Argyll’s Secret Coast.
The Isle of Staffa is known for rock columns and spectacular sea caves. The most famous is Fingal’s Cave, immortalised by Mendelssohn in his Hebrides Overture.
3700km of coastline, 23 inhabited islands, major towns and villages are all waiting for you.
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