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

Coll 1

Tiree 1

Iona 1

Dervaig 1

Craignure 1

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Finlaggan 1

Lochranza 1

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Island 5

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Scenic Drive/ Tour 1

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Kildalton Cross

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About 8 miles northeast of Port Ellen is one of the highlights of Scotland's Celtic heritage. After passing through a pleasantly rolling,...

Lagavulin Distillery

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The whisky produced here is certainly distinctive—it has the strongest peaty scent (the mark of Islay whisky) of all the island malts.

Laphroaig Distillery

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The whisky produced here is one of the most unusual in the Western Isles, with a tangy, peaty, seaweed-and-iodine flavor. The visitor...

Oa Peninsula

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The southern Oa Peninsula, west of Port Ellen, is a region of caves that's rich in smuggling lore. At its tip, the Mull of Oa, is a monument...

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