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Tourist Information for the Heart of Argyll, Scotland

The Heart of Argyll – unbelievably rich in natural and historic wonders, offering tranquillity, adventure and gastronomy within a scenic 2 hour drive from Glasgow.

Come and explore Argyll in the West Highlands, with our oustanding national nature reserves, abundant wildlife and stunning coastal landscapes. Stretching from the picturesque fishing village of Tarbert, Loch Fyne, in the south to Loch Craignish in the north, over to Knapdale and Crinan in the west, across to Inveraray and Loch Awe in the east, and with Kilmartin Glen in its midst the Heart of Argyll boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe.

Whether it’s a relaxing short break, an active family holiday or a romantic weekend that appeals, the Heart of Argyll has great accommodation & restaurants, unique shops & galleries, historic castles and museums, plus a wealth of outdoor pursuits and nature-based activities from kayaking and sailing to cycling and walking that will keep you entertained and longing to visit again.

ST COLUMBA’S Trail: Find out more and here.

Check out our beautiful short film: Inspired by the Heart of Argyll.

Watch as Mark Beaumont and ArtMap Argyll explore the: Crinan Canal Canvas

For information on the: The History of the West Highland Terrier (Westie).
Upcoming Events
31 Jul
Discover the Life Cycle of a Dragonfly
2 Aug
Guided Glen Walk
9 Aug
Guided Glen Walk
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Latest News
5 May #HeartofArgyllpic 2017
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31 Mar A Busy Season for the National Nature Reserves.
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In the footsteps...
The landscape of the Heart of Argyll is richly layered with Scotland’s history, from Dunadd Fort to Bronze Age standing stones and burial cairns in Kilmartin Glen.
The place to be...
Explore the idyllic Faery Isles on Loch Sween, uncover life in the woods with local experts and see wild deer roam free & birds of prey soar in the sky.
Drawing you in...
Sheltered waters, remote beaches and idyllic anchorages make the Heart of Argyll a fantastic destination for every type of watersports enthusiast.
Where to stay...
The Heart of Argyll offers an extraordinary range of accommodation from luxurious hotels to the wildest of bothies to stylish self-catering.
Where to eat...
With a superb, un-spoilt marine environment, the region's restaurants and eateries have a wealth of fish and shellfish at their disposal.
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