The Seafood Trail

Argyll's Atlantic waters and sea lochs deliver bountiful fresh fish and shellfish. Nothing beats tucking into a fresh seafood platter while watching the fishing fleets land their catch in the harbour.

Across the mainland and islands, the Seafood Trail offers some outstanding places to enjoy Argyll's seafood served up with stunning coastal views - you can literally see the waters from where your fresh fish has been caught that day.

Argyll has a long tradition of fish smoking and the region is home to over ten smokehouses, some with visitor centres where you can watch the process... and experience you'll want to share with others!

View our interactive Seafood Trail map, so you can plan to come visit all the amazing places to experience Argyll's finest and meet the people behind the great tastes!

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