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In the north of Argyll stands Oban, gateway to the southern inner Hebrides, and across the Firth of Lorn from the Island of Mull. Oban is a busy ferry and fishing port, overlooked by McCaig’s Tower, a folly in the shape of an amphitheatre. The panoramic views of the mountains, lochs and islands which have captivated artists, authors, composers, and poets for centuries are as striking now as they were when Dunollie Castle, a ruined keep which has stood sentinel over the narrow entrance to the sheltered bay for around six hundred years, was the northern outpost of the Dalriadic Scots.
On the Island of Mull can be found the picturesque fishing village of Tobermory, recognizable from its appearance in numerous television and film clips, especially the children’s series ‘Balamory’.
The Kintyre peninsula, around 30 miles long, shelters the Clyde approaches, and is a spine of hilly moorland adjoined by fertile coastal areas. Its principal town is Campbeltown, famed for its single malt whiskies. Argyll is split by Loch Fyne, the longest sea loch, famed for its oysters and herring.
The Isle of Bute, closer in to the Firth of Clyde, has secluded beaches on its west coast, and its principal town, Rothesay, to the east. It is linked to the mainland by a ferry to Wemyss Bay, Inverclyde.
Dunoon is on the Firth of Clyde, a resort with pier and statue to Robert Burns’ love ‘Highland Mary’. Situated above the town on Castle Hill are the remains of the 12th century Dunoon Castle. The Dunoon Stadium hosts the annual Cowal Highland Gathering in August.

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Oban is a busy working port, with fishing and pleasure craft rubbing shoulders in the harbour. This thriving community boasts one of the most picturesque settings to be found, with houses clinging to steep hillsides surrounding the calm bay.
The sea-fringed West Highland landscape of Mid Argyll is steeped in history, from the pre-historic sculptures at Kilmartin and Knapdale to the elegant ducal castle of the once-feared Clan Campbell at Inveraray
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The Royal Burgh of Rothesay, Bute's main town, has a splendid Victorian frontage cradling a picturesque bay

Built around the historic Castle Mound and famous for its large Victorian pier, Dunoon is one of the Firth of Clyde's foremost resorts. The town has an attractive promenade, and boasts a wide range of accommodation, shops and restaurants.

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