Bag the MacPhies of Colonsay and Oronsay
From achingly beautiful beaches to toe-tapping nights in the pub, the islands of Islay, Jura, and Colonsay offer a true taste of the Hebrides. Islay is famed for its smoky whiskies, overwintering geese, and miles of sandy beaches. Neighbouring Jura is mountainous and wild, with a rugged and remote appeal.
The island’s distinctive peaks, the Paps of Jura, offer fantastic hillwalking, and intrepid hikers can explore the uninhabited west coast. Tiny Colonsay is a gem of an island and home to an array of wildlife. Kiloran Bay must be one of the most perfect sandy beaches in the whole of Argyll & the Isles.
Mountainous, rugged and sparsely populated, the island of Jura is perhaps the wildest of the Inner H...
The beautiful Hebridean island of Islay is one of the most wildlife-rich places on the west coast of...
You can travel by both bus & Car to Islay and Jura. Bus information can be found on West Coast Motors and Ferry information can be found on CalMac Ferries. Here you will find a number of Ferry and bus options to travel to Islay & Jura.
There are a number of Scotrail trains to Oban, from Glasgow and the North of Scotland. From there you will need to take the ferry across to Colonsay from Oban. Ferry information can be found on CalMac Ferries.