Wild About Argyll

Welcome to the dedicated travel trade section of the Argyll and the Isles Tourism Cooperative (AITC).

We aim to support our travel trade partners in the UK and abroad as they develop and adapt their programmes for future sales.

We are available to help you with inspiration and resources, to increase your engagement with your clients and generate new and repeat business through creative product development.

Please get in touch with us here if you require additional or very specific information. We are happy to help.

Product Directory

Our directory is a quick way to search for travel trade ready businesses in our destinations. From accommodation to experiences, attractions and restaurants, the document will enable you to filter and guide you to what you are looking for. Get inspired to develop new itineraries for your clients.


Sample Itineraries

From amazing day trips from Glasgow or Edinburgh to short and long multi-day itineraries, we are taking you on a journey across the Argyll and the Isles region.

Media Library

Our suite of images and videos are free to access to help you promote Argyll and the Isles. Please get in touch with your request for very specific imagery and we will be happy to assist.


Trails and Scenic Routes

Our region, also known as Scotland’s Adventure Coast, has many scenic routes whether your clients are driving, walking, cycling or paddling or indeed eating their way around region. Dip into this section to find out more.

Looking for more inspiration

Visit our destination pages to search for yet more accommodation, attractions and places to eat & drink. 

Click on a region to plan your journey
Argyll & the Isles

Map of Scotland's Adventure Coast

Argyll & the Isles


This compact island has it all: splendid architecture, glorious gardens, wildlife and great beaches to boot.

Scotland's most accessible island
Mount Stuart - The Royal House of Stuart
3 golf courses
3 glorious gardens
1 gin distillery
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Coll and Tiree

The most westerly of the Inner Hebridean islands, Tiree and Coll sit far out in the Atlantic Ocean.

2 island airports
1 RSPB reserve
World class water activities
Highest levels of sunshine in UK
Tiree - Hawaii of the north
Coll - Official dark sky island
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Dunoon and Cowal

Flanked by Loch Long and Loch Fyne, the Cowal peninsula offers a tantalising taste of the Highlands.

50 working artists
9 medieval castles
2 glorious gardens
UK's first forest park
Long distance walking trails
Maritime gateway to Scotland's first national park
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Inveraray Knapdale Kilmartin and Crinan

This ancient coastal kingdom brims with natural and historic wonders.

800 prehistoric monuments
5 marinas
2 national nature reserves
Corryvreckan - Third largest whirlpool in world
Crinan Canal - UKs most beautiful shortcut
Inveraray - Clan Seat of the Campbells
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Islay, Jura and Colonsay

Big skies, soaring eagles, red deer and peaty malts: visit the Atlantic islands of Islay, Jura and Colonsay.

14 distilleries
5 medieval castles
3 links golf courses
3 RSPB reserves
One of Scotland's National Scenic Areas
Seat of the Lord of the Isles
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Kintyre and Gigha

Wild Atlantic coastline and ancient woodland: Kintyre and Gigha feels like another world.

9 medieval castles
6 golf courses
4 distilleries
4 fishing harbours
Long distance walking and cycling trails
Kintyre - Scotland's mainland island
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Loch Lomond and Clyde Sea Lochs

An hour from Glasgow, Loch Lomond marks the first rise of the Highlands.

5 long distance walking, cycling and kayaking trails
4 golf courses
3 glorious gardens
Scotland's first national park
Glasgow's playground featuring the Arrochar Alps
Mackintosh's Hill House
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Mull and Iona

Sandy bays and picture-postcard villages: the Hebridean islands of Mull and Iona are strikingly beautiful.

5 medieval castles
2 distilleries
Scotland's whale watching island
Home to the sea eagles
Duart Castle - Clan seat of Macleans
Iona - Birthplace of christianity
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Oban and Lorn

Castles, whisky and miles of coastline: the ancient region of Lorn is packed with things to see and do.

13 medieval castles
6 glorious gardens
6 inhabited islands
5 marinas
2 national nature reserves
Scotland's seafood capital
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Argyll's Secret Coast