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Ardnamurchan is the most westerly point of the UK mainland. It is a region that is very special. Especially if you enjoy the great outdoors. This region has lots of opportunities for your adventures and activities and that includes all four seasons.

If you decide to drive and take in the outstanding scenery, Fort William is usually the main base to start from. Although, the more romantic way tends to start with the short trip on the Corran Ferry. This way you land in Ardgour, in the south east of Ardnamurchan.

You could not have a holiday in Ardnamurchan without taking a trip on the Jacobite Steam Train. Or at least get photographs of it. You can take the scenic journey on the steam train from Fort William to Mallaig. This journey which offers splendid views of Loch Shiel from the famous viaduct at Glenfinnan. In addition take time out at the Glenfinnan Monument and take in the history of the Jacobite Rising and admire the views.

Alternatively if you prefer to feel the soft white sand between your toes, you won’t go far wrong at the many beautiful beaches. These include Sanna Bay, Morar, Ardtoe, Camusdarach or Kentra and the Singing Sands, to name only a few. Ardnamurchan is the perfect region for adventure.

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If you enjoy wildlife, the you must visit Ardnamurchan region. Discover the natural wild of the region with many glorious walks where you can enjoy various levels to suit all interests.

Offshore you have islands to explore and in the sea. With many boat trips available, the marine life is diverse from dolphins to basking sharks, and even the odd hovering sea eagle. The drive to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse is an amazing journey and should be part of your holiday.

Furthermore, when you visit Ardnamurchan, you should visit Castle Tioram and enjoy walking across the sand (when the tides out) to the castle ruin. You will enjoy the splendid scenery in various directions. Furthermore, you can then take a walk down the track and enjoy the views of Loch Moidart. Tranquil with its many pine-clad islands and of course the castle from a different viewpoint. The many single track roads, outstanding scenery, fantastic scenery, beaches and wildlife.

Conclusion … Ardnamurchan is an experience, easy to get too, and easy to fall in love with.

Corran Ferry
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Castle Tioram, Loch Moidart, - Places to Visit Ardnamurchan
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The drive to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse
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