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Things to Do Inveraray, Knapdale, Kilmartin and Crinan

Achnabreck Cup and Ring Rocks
Achnabreck Cup and Ring Rocks
A short forest walk will take you to the Achnabreck Cup and Ring Rocks, the most extensive prehistoric rock carvings in the UK. It’s an easy circular route that...
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Alba Tours
Alba Tours
Alba Tours provides guided tours and tailored excursions around Kintyre and further afield in Argyll & The Isles throughout the summer and winter. If you have a trip...
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Ardfern Yacht Centre
Ardfern Yacht Centre
Ardfern Yacht Centre is located at the head of Loch Craignish, one of Scotland's most beautiful and sheltered sea lochs. It has several interesting islands and...
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Arduaine Garden
Arduaine Garden
The wonderful coastal garden of Arduaine lies 20 miles south of Oban and is an oasis of green. An oasis of soft hues, fresh textures and striking foliage, it's the...
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Argyll Adventure
Argyll Adventure
Argyll Adventure offers ten fantastic activities, including horse riding, paintballing, laser storm, crossbows, climbing and bungee trampolines. Located in the...
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Argyll Sea Kayak Trail
Argyll Sea Kayak Trail
The Argyll Sea Kayak Trail is 150km long and offers some of the best sea kayaking in Europe. Rich in wildlife, naturally diverse coastline, sheltered waters, islands,...
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Auchindrain Township Museum
Auchindrain Township Museum
Auchindrain, or in Gaelic Achadh an Droighinn, field of the blackthorn tree, is recognised as being the most complete surviving example of a Highland farm township, a...
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Barnluasgan and the Knapdale Beavers
Barnluasgan and the Knapdale Beavers
Barnluasgan is a lovely spot, offering a mix of easy walking trails, a cycling trail, peaceful lochs and wonderful wildlife. The highlight has to be the resident...
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Ben Lui National Nature Reserve
Ben Lui National Nature Reserve
Discover snowy peaks and rocky crags at Ben Lui, one of Scotland's National Nature Reserves. The four munros of this reserve attract both walkers and naturalists....
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Carnasserie Castle
Carnasserie Castle
This magnificent ruined castle is the former home of the first Protestant Bishop of the Isles. It was built by reforming churchman John Carswell, who was Rector of...
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Castle Dounie Circuit
Castle Dounie Circuit
This lovely 6.5 kilometre walk climbs high through the forest above the sea at Crinan to give stunning views of Jura, Scarba and the Argyll coastline. Starting from...
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Castle Sween
Castle Sween
Located on the eastern shore of Loch Sween, this imposing ruin is thought to be one of the earliest stone castles built in Scotland. Dating from the late 12th century,...
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Corryvreckan Whirlpool
Corryvreckan Whirlpool
Situated between Scarba and Isle of Jura, Corryvreckan is one of the most dangerous stretches of water around the British Isles. The full strength of the current can...
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Crarae Garden
Crarae Garden
This beautiful 50-acre woodland garden in Minard near Inveraray is well worth a visit. Set in the gentle hills of Argyll, Crarae Garden is an exotic splash of wilderness...
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Crinan Canal
Crinan Canal
The Crinan Canal is a 9-mile waterway steeped in history. Opened in 1801, it's one of Scotland’s most enduring feats of engineering. It started its life as an...
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Crinan Wood
Crinan Wood
A small remnant of the Atlantic oakwoods that once covered the western fringes of Britain, Crinan Wood is as close as you’ll come to temperate rainforest in the...
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Dalmally Golf Club
Dalmally Golf Club
Dalmally Golf Course is a beautiful and peaceful nine- hole course set among stunning Argyll scenery. The flat parkland set out meanders through a rich wildlife habitat...
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Dunadd Fort
Dunadd Fort
This spectacular site in Kilmartin Glen, near Lochgilphead, has been occupied since the Iron Age. The well-preserved hill fort was a stronghold of Dalriada, the kingdom...
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Dunardry Near to Nature Trail
Dunardry Near to Nature Trail
There are a number of walks at Dunardry near Crinan. The picnic spot at the start of the Dunardry trails is a great vantage point above the Crinan Canal. Sit back, enjoy...
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Fire Tower Trails
Fire Tower Trails
The Fire Tower Trails on the outskirts of Lochgilphead offer a fantastic mountain biking experience. The route is a network of single track sections linked by forest...
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