Coast of Argyll for the purposes of this website stretches from
(see Crinan) at the top
of the Mull of Kintyre to
in Loch Creran. The
largest population centre in this area is the beautiful port of
Oban which is also the ferry terminal for many of the islands
such as Mull and Iona, Tiree and Coll as well as Colonsay. To
view any of these islands click on the
The navigation of this site is very easy, you can move from town to town or village by clicking on the list on the left menu. When there you can then find all the accommodation available in that immediate vicinity whilst also find information about the place, things to see and do and also local businesses. Each local area also has a map to help you orientate.
The west of Argyll is very popular and accommodation can be at a
premium in July and August. It is always best to book in advance
to be assured of good rooms.
o the world is an excellent place to visit for all sorts of
water-sport activities. Yacht charter, boat hire, Kayaking,
diving fishing and much much more is available from many
locations in this area. Visit our pages for the various towns
around here for more detail.
of Argyll is probably one of Europe's most scenic areas. There
are very few population centres and those that there are have
lots to offer in the way of accommodation as well as
restaurants. If you are an outdoor person then there are
hundreds of walks to choose from including some excellent long
How to get
to the Argyll Coast will depend upon where you are coming from.
If you are coming from Ireland by way of Stranraer or Troon, or
by Prestwick airport then an ideal entry point is by ferry from
Gourock on the South Clyde coast to
Alternatively from Glasgow head for Loch Lomond and
enter via the
Bridge of Orchy.