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Events, Attractions and Places to Visit in Argyll and Bute
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National Seal Sanctuary
Open Every Day - except Christmas Day.
Opening time - from 10am.
Please check with the centre for winter closing times, as these may vary.
The Castle is situated on the A828 between Ballachulish and Connel, and accessed by way of a track which turns off the road (see here for map) in between the village of Portnacroish and the Castle Stalker view cafe. If travelling North from Connel, the turning is to your left after passing a row of white houses, just before the road turns up the hill to the right. If travelling South from Ballachulish, the turning is to your right approximately 200 metres after the Castle Stalker view cafe, immediately at the bottom of the hill.
Mull Rail Isle of Mull
This is Scotland's original island passenger railway. The terminal at Craignure is reached by the 80 car/1000 passenger Isle of Mull ferry from Oban and the crossing is only 40 minutes. Oban lies just over 100 miles (160 km) from Glasgow on Scotland's west coast.
Loch Fyne is Scotland's longest sea loch and it reaches far inland to deep within the Highlands. Ardkinglas Estate encompasses the upper four miles of Loch Fyne and the full length of Glen Fyne and this mixture of sea shore with high rugged hills gives the area a unique atmosphere.
Ardkinglas House sits to the east of the loch, on a fairy tale site amongst ancient woodland. Nearby, the famous Ardkinglas Woodland Garden follows the tumbling waters of the River Kinglas.
Clachan, at the head of the loch, is home to Ardkinglas's Tree Shop and Cafe and to Loch Fyne Oysters' restaurant, smokery and shop. Also at Clachan is Here We Are, an information and community resource centre.
Beyond Clachan, the River Fyne winds northwards past rare hazel woods towards the uninhabited regions of the upper glen, culminating in Ben Lui, 'the Queen of the Scottish hills'.
Scottish Highland Games
The Scottish Highland Games Association (SHGA) is the governing body of Traditional Highland Games in Scotland. It represents over 60 Highland Games in Scotland with several associate members overseas.
Information about Argyll and Bute
Some information about Argyll and Bute from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.
Argyll and Bute is a beautiful remote part of Scotland. It begins from the outskirts of Glasgow. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs are part of the Scottish National Park. It reaches out towards Ardnamurchan. Also climbing to the popular peaks of Glencoe in the north. There are 26 Islands, which are reached by ferries.
Argyll was also the birthplace of the gaelic language and it is still used throughout the county now.
Situated at the closest point to Ireland.
The many towns to visit and stay are Danoon and Cowal,Campbeltown and Kintya and Gigha, Glencoe, Klinlochleven,Lomond and Helensburgh.
A List of some Towns in Argyll and Bute
Bowmore/ Campbeltown/ Dunoon/ Garelochhead
Helensburgh/ Inveraray/ Oban/ Port Ellen/ Rothesay /Tarbert/ Tobermory.