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What to see and do

The local town of Inveraray and the wider Argyll area offer a wide range of great activities and tourist attractions to keep any visitor busy for the duration of their stay.

There are lots of things to do if you are based in Argyll's best caravan site, Argyll Holiday Park

 

Visit Inveraray Castle, just a short walk from the caravan site and the most beautiful castle in Argyll

Inveraray Castle and Gardens

Many local walks exist, taking in the beautiful Argyll countryside. Take a water-side route around Loch Fyne or for a more challenging, rugged route try the Balantyre Wood trail.

Horse riding in Argyll - the perfect pastime for such beautiful scenery

Horse Riding

Whether a beginner or an experienced rider you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and excellent facilities of the Argyll Adventure 4 star riding centre.

Inverawe smokehouse is one of Argyll's biggest exports. Why not visit them during your stay at our caravan park?

Inverawe Smokehouse

Robert and Rosie Campbell-Preston started this Scottish family business in 1974, and have watched it grow from strength to strength. Taste their world-renowned produce and learn about the smokehouse process in the Inverawe Visitor Centre, open March to December.

Visit the standing stones in Kilmartin Glen - just one of the many attractions neighbouring our caravan site

Kilmartin House and Glen

There are more than 350 ancient monuments within a six mile radius of Kilmartin. A diversity of prehistoric and historic sites which include Dunadd, fortress of Ancient Kings and arguably the birthplace of the Scottish nation, as well as standing stones, rock carvings and burial cairns.

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Loch Fyne Oyster Bar

The Loch Fyne Shop and Oyster Bar at Cairndow have been a popular attraction since their initial installation back in the early 80's, in the lay-by at the head of Loch Fyne. Today they stock a wide range of produce as well as the renowned local seafood.

Inveraray Jail

Oban

‘The Charing Cross of the Highlands', the town is a key centre for ferry links to the Hebridean Islands with a busy hub, a wide choice of naccommodation, restaurants, pubs and shops.

The Inner and Outer Hebrides

Including Tiree, Coll, Staffa, Mull, Jura, Islay, Iona, Skye, nRaasay, Harris, Lewis, South Uist, North Uist, St. Kilda, Benbecula, nBarra...

The Whisky Coast

Stretching through Argyll to Skye providing the opportunity to tour and taste.

Kintyre

The road to Kintyre offers plenty of interest. Crinan Canal used by nthe 19th century Loch Fyne herring fleet. Beyone Tarbert, the road down nto the peninsula to Campbeltown has superb views to Islay and Gigha.

Castles and Gardens

Why not venture further afield to the Ruin of Innischonnel, Duart Castle, Dunstaffnage Castle or Kilchurn Castle, all within driving distance. The gardens at Arduaine and Crarae are rich with Rhododendrons, or try Ardkinglas Gardens where you can marvel at the tallest tree in Britain.

Other Local Attractions

Cruachan; The Hollow Mountain
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
Cruise Loch Lomond
Scottish Seal Sanctuary
Isle of Bute
The Carrick Golf Course
Fyne Ales; a traditional brewery
Rannoch Moor
Glencoe
Inveraray Golf Course
The George Hotel
Loch Fyne Hotel
The Argyll Hotel
Eden's Deli
Dewar's Outdoorwear
Inveraray Woollen Mill
The Bell Tower
Auchendrain
Loch Fyne Whisky Shop
Scuba Diving
Shinty
Purdie's of Argyll; The Scottish Soap Company