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There's lots for the whole family to do in Argyll & The Isles, from to nature tours to wildlife centres, castles to museums and so much more. Whether you're looking for rainy day activities or you want to get the kids out into the great outdoors, Argyll & The Isles has it all. It's the perfect place for an active family holiday.
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About Argyll Walking Holidays
About Argyll Walking Holidays
High-quality, personal walking holidays and hiking tours in beautiful but undiscovered parts of Argyll & the Isles and beyond. About Argyll will take you to quiet,...
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Active Kintyre
Active Kintyre
Active Kintyre will help you have an active, create and unforgettable holiday in Kintyre. They can organise actvities and events and take you to magical places in...
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Ardardan Estate and Ardmore Point
Ardardan Estate and Ardmore Point
Ardardan Estate features a farm shop, garden nursery and tearoom, all set in a restored walled garden on the banks of the River Clyde between Cardross and Helensburgh....
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Ardkinglas Woodland Gardens & Gruffalo Trail
Ardkinglas Woodland Gardens & Gruffalo Trail
Situated on the shores of Loch Fyne against a spectacular background of mountain and forest, Ardkinglas Woodland Gardens is a lovely place to walk and explore. It's...
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Aros Park
Aros Park
Aros Park, the former estate woodlands for Aros House, is a great place to walk, play and explore. It offers fantastic views over Tobermory Bay towards Loch Sunart and...
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Ballachuan Hazelwood
Ballachuan Hazelwood
Ballachuan Hazelwood on the Island of Seil cloaks a low ridge overlooking Cuan Sound and supports an exceptionally large number of lichen, mosses and fungal species. The...
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Balloch Castle Country Park
Balloch Castle Country Park
Balloch Castle Country Park sits on the southeast shores of Loch Lomond, and offers lovely walking and great play parks for kids. Loch Lomond’s only country park,...
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Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace
Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace
Once a place of fire and fury, the most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain are now tranquil. Step inside the stone furnace complex and storage buildings of...
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Bute Forest
Bute Forest
Community-owned Rhubodach Forest is an area of ancient woodland, commercial forest, moorland and coast on the Isle of Bute. The West Island Way runs through the forest...
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Campbeltown Picture House
Campbeltown Picture House
Please note: Campbeltown Picture House is currently closed to the public. It's undergoing redevelopment phase and will re-open in 2016. In the meantime, monthly...
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Castle House Museum
Castle House Museum
Castle House Museum is an historic building set in gardens opposite Dunoon Pier. The Castle House itself was built by Lord Provost James Ewing of Glasgow in 1822....
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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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Cruachan - the hollow mountain
Cruachan - the hollow mountain
Cruachan Power Station lies at the heart of Ben Cruachan - one kilometre inside. A guided tour takes you on a short journey deep into the mountain.You're taken up...
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Duke's Path
Duke's Path
Duke's Path is a strenous 11.4 mile walk that links Lochgoilhead with Ardgartan and on to Arrochar. It's a wonderful all-day outing along an old drove road....
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Geocaching
Geocaching
Geocaching is a great way to get out exploring and have a real world adventure anywhere, anytime. And with geocaches hidden all over Argyll and the Isles there’s...
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Gigha Boats Activity Centre
Gigha Boats Activity Centre
Experience the beautiful island of Gigha by bike or by water with Gigha Boats Activity Centre. You can hire bikes, which can also be fitted with tag-alongs, safety seats...
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Glen Donich Trail
Glen Donich Trail
The Glen Donich Trail is a 2.5 mile circular Forestry Commission route at Lochgoilhead. This fantastic trail leads you along the edge of the Ardgoil forest to the top of...
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Glenbranter Forest
Glenbranter Forest
Glenbranter Forest is part of the Argyll Forest Park, a magnificent stretch of rugged hill country that was established in 1935 as the first Forest Park for public use...
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Gruffalo Trail, Ardkinglas
Gruffalo Trail, Ardkinglas
The Gruffalo Trail, set within Ardkinglas Woodland Garden, Cairndow, is fantastic fun for kids of all ages. After a five minute walk from the car park, a metalwork...
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Heart of Argyll Wildlife Organisation
Heart of Argyll Wildlife Organisation
Visit the Heart of Argyll Wildlife Organisation at its new visitor centre at Barr an Daimh (opening April 2017) and find out about the fantastic variety of wildlife the...
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