Argyll And Bute Tourism & Travel Guide

I found it fascinating that a lot of the seemingly peaceful lochs and hills of Argyll had a lot to hide- everything from ahollow mountain that contains a power plant to a submarine torpedo testing ground.Next we stopped in Oban to get some lunch....

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Path leading up to our cottage 'The Lodge', a wee cottage in Drimnin Estate Abandoned boat near the pier Waterfalls at the 'Glen Aros' Park At the 'Tobermory' port on Isle of Mull Tobermory Distillery Enroute Salen via Ulva Ardnamurchan Distillery - newest one in scotland Volcano!...

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Holds a special place in the world of whisky. Whiskies from the Islay region are characterized by a typical smoky, “Peaty” finish. Every summer, Islay hosts a weeklong whisky festival, which includes ceilidhs(traditional Scottish storytelling evenings), Celtic music concerts, distillery tours, golf competition, cooking-with-whisky evenings and a sponsored charity “barrel push” across Islay. The festivities culminate in a carnival on Port Ellen Green.
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Considered to be one of the most innovative of Islay distilleries constantly playing with casks, producing some of Islays’s most complex and peaty whiskies
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