Ardnamurchan in a Nutshell
Are you Wild About Ardnamurchan? Surrounded by sea on three sides, this remote and rugged peninsula is a haven for wildlife including otter, golden eagle, pine marten, red squirrel and many a winged wee beastie. A great destination for a Slow Adventure, a family holiday or even a day trip from Fort William or from The Isle of Mull.
Our new website, Wild About Ardnamurchan, aims to present the best of Ardnamurchan in a handy Nutshell guide, helping you quickly explore and discover the key destinations. With links to full details on The Wild About Lochaber website, we are sure that you will be able to find everything you need to make your visit truly memorable.
From the Top Ten Walks, to Historical Sites, to Wildlife Safaris and suggested Day Trip Itineraries, as well as practical information on getting around by ferry and on single track road, the website is a quick reference guide to help you access the key information you need for a fantastic holiday in the Ardnamurchan area.
Take a walk on the wild side and head out to The Singing Sands, or the beautiful beaches of Sanna and Bay MacNeil; golden sands and turqoise seas await...
Step back in time and visit the site of a Viking Boat burial, a deserted village or a neolithic chambered cairn.
Head out on a wildlife safari, perhaps over the sea to the Treshnish Isles from Kilchoan to see the puffins and host of other seabirds, or step into the Atlantic oak woods for a spot of butterfly bagging and dragonfly stalking.
Follow the slow and winding road way out west to Ardnamurchan Point, or hop onto a ferry to the Isle of Mull and beyond. Our practical guide to driving on single track roads and ferry essentials will help keep you on track and turn your journey into a great adventure.
We hope you enjoy your stay in Ardnamurchan and Lochaber. We would love to see your photos when you are Wild About Ardnamurchan, simply tag as #ardnamurchan to share on our Social Wall.