Coastlines and Castles of Argyll and the Clyde 6-nights
From £2420.00 per person (April only) - Glen Shiel
From £2030.00 per person (April only) - Glen Massan
From £2420.00 per person (October only) - Glen Etive
In the days before package holidays took the masses to Mediterranean shores, the people of Scotland’s industrial cities spent their precious leisure time “doon the watter” exploring the coastal towns, islands and sea lochs of Argyll and the Firth of Clyde. In 2020, Visit Scotland’s Year of Coasts & Waters, now is the time to rediscover these gems; the contrasting islands of Arran, Bute and Cumbrae, quaint towns such as Helensburgh, Dunoon, Rothesay and Millport, and Loch Long, Loch Goil and Gare Loch - the stunning lochs that delve deep into the Arrochar Alps. Cruise the picturesque Kyles of Bute, visit Inveraray on Loch Fyne, head south to Ailsa Craig - a volcanic plug of a long extinct volcano where traditionally all curling stones were quarried. Follow the journeys made by the old steam puffers as they plied their trade from Glasgow’s Broomielaw to the towns and isles of Argyll. Throughout the year there are gardens to discover, historic houses and castles to visit, distilleries to sample and opportunities for the more adventurous to walk, climb or cycle round an island!
Start the season with a difference and join us on this new Argyll and Clyde adventure!
Coastlines and Castles of Argyll and the Clyde
|3 April 2021||6||0||£2,420.00||Glen Shiel||Fully Booked|