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Ardnamurchan

Situated on the remote West Coast of Scotland, Ardnamurchan is a long, narrow peninsula along the shores of Loch Sunart and marks the most westerly tip of the British Mainland.

Morvern, alongside it, flanks the other side of Loch Sunart and the sound of Mull. The name is derived from the Gaelic A' Mhorbhairn, meaning Sea-Gap.

The great outdoors are all here for you to explore with some of the best scenery, throughout the West Coast of Scotland.

Whether you are interested in hiking, cycling, fishing or wildlife spotting, there's plenty to see and do.

If you just want peace and tranquillity, the air is so clear and the area so unspoilt, it is not difficult to find a corner somewhere that can become your own particular haven.

Sanna

Sanna is around 6 miles from Kilchoan and is home to one of the finest beaches in Scotland, with a wide beach, rising dunes and turquoise waters it makes a fantastic day out.


Resipole Studios


Resipole Studios is a beautifully renovated agricultural barn, diversified into a multi-faceted artspace. Exhibitions, framing services, art tuition and studio rental.



Ardnamurchan Charters

Situated at Glenborrodale Ardnamurchan Charters operates form Laga Bay offering prviate charters , fishing, wildlife charters, full day trips to Staffa and the Treshnish Isles and full day whale and wildlife charters

Loch Sheil Cruises

Unique guided cruises on the stunning sheltered waters of Loch Shiel. Share the skipper’s ten years experience of spotting Golden Eagles, Red Deer and Black-throated Divers while learning the history of this special, remote and unspoiled part of the Highlands. Loch Cruise from Acharacle every Wednesday departing 1.25pm Acharacle Pier.

Ardnamurchan Lighthouse

At Ardnamurchan point the westerly point on th U.K mainland the lighthouse shines over the sea and inner hebridies. With a museum in the old keepers cottages, tours up the lighthouse itself and a cafe and gift shop it is a must for any visitor to Strontian.



Glenuig Hall

Glenuig Hall opened in 1995 and since then has become established as one of the finest venues in the Highlands. In addition to hosting concerts and theatrical performances throughout the year by internationally acclaimed artists, Glenuig Hall is a very popular venue for weddings and other private functions. Centrally situated between Fort William, Mallaig and Ardnamurchan, it is an ideal starting point for those travelling for one of the many fine concerts promoted in the hall and making a weekend of their visit by seeing what the rest of Ardnamurchan has to offer them




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