What a gem of an island at only 10 miles long by 1 mile wide, perfect for gentle walks and cycles, whilst being surrounded by water and wildlife. And all this located close to the mainland via a short ferry trip from Port Appin or Oban.
Gaelic for ‘great garden’, Lismore is considered to be Scotland’s most fertile island and is home to more than 130 different bird species.
On the island you can find the award-winning Gaelic Heritage Centre & Museum Gift Shop and the fully licenced Isle of Lismore Cafe, situated at the Heritage Centre.
There is self-catering and bed-and breakfast accommodation on the island, as well as bike hire at the north end passenger ferry, plus Explore Lismore, who provide a taxi service plus Land Rover Tours & Picnics.