Argyll & the Isles is home to some of the most scenic and incredible landscapes and seascapes guaranteed to take your breath away.
With miles of spectacular coastline, many famous landmarks, tranquil beaches and rugged vistas on the mainland, a trip to Argyll & the Isles will not disappoint.
Here are eight iconic natural wonders and landscapes of Scotland.
A few highlights
From Mull, take a boat trip to the uninhabited island of Staffa best known for its basalt columns and spectacular sea caves. The most famous of these is Fingal’s Cave, immortalised by Mendelssohn in his Hebrides Overture.
Swell hits the Tiree's sandy white beaches from the deep Atlantic which is why Tiree or the ‘Hawaii of the North’ is so popular with surfers. You can learn to surf at any age and Tiree is the perfect place for the whole family to get involved. The island also hosts, the Tiree Wave Classic, the longest running professional windsurfing event in the world.
Some of the best golf in Scotland can be found in Argyll & the Isles, including world class links golf in Kintyre at Machrihanish Golf Club, Machrihanish Dunes and Dunaverty Golf Club. Meanwhile on Islay and Jura, you have Machrie Golf Links and golf at Adrfin.