Argyll and Bute is on the West of the country and has 23 inhabited islands including the Isle of Bute and the Inner Hebrides and includes the towns of Oban, Campbeltown, Inveraray, Helensburgh, Rothesay, Lochgilphead, Tobermory and Dunoon. It has miles of coastline with truly stunning views and is known as Scotland’s Adventure Coast with all its experiences available for the visitor.
Why Visit Argyll & Bute?
The islands are a great attraction for visitors each with something different to offer, sandy beaches, stunning scenery, remoteness, wildlife, seabirds and island hospitality. Fingal’s cave on Staffa for instance is an amazing sight and one that you will always remember. Each of the various towns in the region are different and well worth a visit. Oban is famous for its seafood and whisky, Inveraray for its original jail with waxwork figures and real history depicted. There are castles scattered around the region and lots of history to find out about. The region has seven national nature reserves, lots of parks and gardens and lots of wildlife to see including red deer, puffins, seals, and golden eagles. For the adventurer there are watersports, sea kayaking, bike trails, walking trails, munros to climb and more.
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