Each year Scotland attracts thousands of visitors who flock to this northern country for its tremendous outdoor activities, serene landscape and wilderness, and unique cultural and historical attractions. These include everything from Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the United Kingdom, to the Old Course and Old Course Hotel at St. Andrews, the birthplace of the game of golf. Whether you’re a history fan who’s looking to roam through medieval castles or simply want to trek your way through some of the country’s most serene landscape, the region of Argyll and Bute is a prime destination for all visitors and one you won’t want to miss during your time in Scotland.
Visit Carn Breugach and the Town of Oban
On the coastline of the mainland in Argyll and Bute, visitors will find the port-town of Oban, one of the country’s most scenic seaside spots, with a number of great seafood restaurants, the famous Oban Distillery, and an important history as the jump-off point to the Hebrides. The closest and easiest island to visit is the Isle of Kerrera, which offers tremendous vistas of both the mainland and the Isle of Mull from its highest peak of Carn Breugach.
Visitors who wish to experience the best that Scotland has to offer can research and plan their trip using the Expedia search tool, which will also provide you with a selection of hotels to best suit your needs and budget.