Loch Sunart, Ardnamurchan Peninsula, Argyll

The stunningly beautiful Loch Sunart is one of the longest lochs in Scotland and offers a myriad of activities such as walking, climbing, sailing, fishing, horse riding, canoeing, cycling, bird watching or just sitting back and enjoying the views.

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There are many unspoilt beaches in the area and several highland distilleries to enjoy including The Ardnamurchan Distillery. This is also the perfect starting point from which to explore some of the Inner Hebrides with an Island Hopscotch ticket - there are regular boat trips to islands such as Mull, Muck, Eigg and Rum.

If you like to get into the wilds then the Ardnamurchan peninsula is the furthest point west on the British mainland. The area is rich in wildlife including otters, pine martins, seals, red deer, reptiles and a host of different birds. The area is steeped in history and the natural environment is spectacular. This area is rich in walks and climbs Ariundle. is a natural nature reserve with wild orchids thriving during the summer months. This is an idyllic place for a holiday on the west coast of Scotland!

  • Fort William - 22 miles
  • Village of Strontian 1.5 miles
  • Corran ferry, 14 miles
  • Shops, pubs, hotels in Strontian
  • Station - Fort William 22 miles
  • Good pub and restaurant - 1 mile
  • Cycling
  • Sailing and canoeing
  • Horse riding
  • Fishing
  • Shooting
  • Climbing
  • Unspoilt beaches
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