Argyll and the Isles Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Argyll and the Isles - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Inveraray 6

Loch Awe 5

Port Ellen 4

Crinan 4

Port Charlotte 3

Brodick 3

Kintyre Peninsula 3

Oban 3

Colonsay 2

Jura 2

Bowmore 2

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Tiree 1

Iona 1

Dervaig 1

Craignure 1

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Finlaggan 1

Lochranza 1

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Bonawe Iron Furnace

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

This beautifully reconstructed site shows a different face of this mainly agricultural region. The ironworks were very advanced for their...

Cruachan

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

This fascinating engineering achievement is all the more dramatic for being hidden in a landscape that gives no hint of its presence.

Duncan Ban Macintyre Monument

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

The monument was erected in honor of this Gaelic poet (1724–1812), sometimes referred to as the Robert Burns of the Highlands. The...

Kilchurn Castle

  • Military Site

A striking ruined fortress at the northeastern end of Loch Awe, the castle was built in the 15th century and rebuilt in the 17th century.

St. Conan's Kirk

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This striking stone-built church on the banks of Loch Awe has a medieval air about it, but in fact it was completed in 1930 by amateur...

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