All What to Do

  • Gigha Golf Course

    This is a lovely little golf course offering the most wonderful panoramic views of the island and mainland. The course has three par 3’s and some testing par 4’s. You had better have your driving in good trim when playing the Gigha course, as the rough can be very unforgiving! Read more [...]

  • Heart Of Argyll Wildlife Organisation

    Visit us at our new visitor centre at Barr an Daimh (opening April 2017) and let us show you the fantastic variety of wildlife the Mid Argyll area has to offer. We provide an Environmental Interpretation Officer (Ranger) service within Knapdale and its surrounding area offering wildlife guided walks and Read more [...]

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    Horse riding in the Heart of Argyll

    Explore the Heart of Argyll on horseback – immerse yourself in the countryside and enjoy spectacular views across Knapdale and out towards the inner Hebrides. There are lots of great horse riding trails for you to follow so bring your horse on holiday to Argyll or book an adventure with Read more [...]

  • Jenny Wren Boat Charter

    Jenny Wren is berthed in Craobh Haven Marina and can offer boat trips for 2-8 people. As a fully qualified skipper Barry will ensure you have a memorable and safe adventure. Journey down the Sound of Shuna to the outer islands and the Gulf of Corryvreckan to the worlds’ third Read more [...]

  • Jolomo

    John Lowrie Morrison was born in Maryhill,Glasgow in 1948. He demonstrated a talent for art while young. He completed a degree in Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art. John then set out to pursue a career in art and design; he funded his painting by teaching. He became Read more [...]

  • Kilmartin Museum

    Kilmartin Glen, in the heart of Mid Argyll, is one of Scotland’s richest prehistoric landscapes. Over 800 historic monuments, cairns, standing stones, stone circles and rock art dating back over 5000 years have been recorded within this area. Kilmartin Museum collects and cares for all of the archaeological objects that Read more [...]

  • Kintyre Way

    More island than mainland, the wonderfully unexplored Kintyre peninsula boasts hidden coves, deserted beaches along the wild Atlantic coast, tiny fishing communities, gentle hills, fabulous local produce and a welcoming friendly people.   Perhaps you’ve experienced some of it – a walk along Westport beach as the Atlantic surf crashes Read more [...]

  • Loch Fyne Dive Charter

    The unspoilt waters surrounding the Heart of Argyll are very popular with divers, whether for recreation or to catch some fresh scallops for dinner! Loch Fyne Dive Charters has been operating out of Tarbert, Loch Fyne since July 2003. They take parties of divers out into the unspoiled waters of Read more [...]

  • Loch Fyne Oyster Bar & Restaurant

    Founded in the 1970s, the original Loch Fyne Oyster Bar & Restaurant specialises in serving up seafood produced on the loch and in the in-house smokery. Menus are drawn up daily depending on seasonal availability. The Loch Fyne Oyster Bar & Restaurant is situated in Argyll at the point where Read more [...]

  • Loch Lomond Seaplanes

    Taking off from Loch Lomond or Glasgow City Centre the pilot’s preferred route heads west down the Clyde to the Isle of Bute. See Arran, Kintyre and Islay and Jura before heading up over Tighnabruich towards the Crinan canal. Follow Loch Fyne and all its dramatic castles towards the Arrochar Read more [...]

  • Lochgilphead Golf Club

    General Set in the heart of Argyll Lochgilphead Golf Club is an ideal stop off for golfers heading to Machrihanish from Glasgow or Oban. The 9 hole, 4112 yard par 64 course was opened in 1962 due to the inspiration of Dr Iain MacCammond the Physician Superindendent of the Argyll Read more [...]

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    Machrihanish Dunes

    The latest addition to the golfing landscape on Kintyre, this 18 hole links course was designed by David McLay Kidd and opened just a few years ago. Stretching to 7,175 yards, it features several coastal greens and tees making it a strong test of golf when the prevailing south westerly Read more [...]

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    Machrihanish Golf Club

    Est 1876 | The Historic Links Golf Club & Course Machrihanish has become well known in the last few years mainly because of its exceptional first hole which requires the round’s opening shot to carry the Atlantic. It is a tough start, particularly into a breeze. The course is set Read more [...]

  • MacPool

    Mid Argyll Community Pool (MACPool) is a social enterprise, owned & operated by Mid Argyll Community Enterprise Ltd (MACEL), and is a Registered Charity in Scotland. The swimming pool opened in March 1996 after extensive fundraising for many years by the local community, spearheaded by John MacLean. Argyll has a Read more [...]

  • Murray Smoked Products

    We are a long-established family run smokehouse. We take great pride in our smoked products, for example smoked salmon, trout and mackerel which are all hand sliced, interleaved and vacuum packed to the customer’s requirements. We are based at the south end of Loch Awe in the small village of Read more [...]

  • Music Drama Events

    Many venueas locally have excellent events hosting local or internationally acclaimed performers. There is a particularly strong music scene. The local press advertise these. The Oban Times comes out on a Thursday and the Argyllshire Advertiser, the more local paper, comes out on a Friday.

  • Sealife Adventures

    Experience a whale search and wildlife watching boat trip around the Firth of Lorne Special Area of Conservation, including the famous Corryvreckan whirlpool. Cruises depart from the mainland near Oban – All ages welcome! The local Special Area of Conservation is one of the best protected areas in Scotland and Read more [...]