For any lover of the outdoors the west coast of Scotland and the region of Argyll and Bute make for a perfect escape from the daily grind of city life. From the steps of your hotel you’ll discover everything from coastal fishing villages such as Carradale with it’s famed 2000-year-old fort, to the peak of Goat Fell mountain on the Isle of Arran. Whether you enjoy trekking and cycling along coastal paths and roads, or boating and wind-surfing along the shores of the Hebrides, the region of Argyll and Bute will have a wealth of fun activities to highlight everyone’s trip.
Visit Machrihanish Beach Near Campbeltown
Little known to many, Scotland is replete with beautiful beaches, especially those found on its west coast and on the banks of the Hebrides. For those after the perfect spot for some sandy relaxation or a stroll through the dunes, the three mile stretch of Machrihanish Beach near Campbeltown is not only home to golden sand and surfable waves, but also includes a local links golf course. To book your stay at a local hotel, guesthouse, or B&B, try the easy to use Expedia search tool.
Begin planning your trip to the Scottish region of Argyll and Bute today, it is bound to be a trip to remember.