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Kintyre is rich in historic events and castle ruins. St Columba's Footprints are popular with all the family.
 
BALLOCHROY - Standing Stones
BALLOCHROY - Standing Stones
Ballochroy is considered the most spectacular set of megalithic monuments that cluster around south Argyll. It consists of three vertical stones, side by side, aligned...
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CAMPBELTOWN - Davaar Island
CAMPBELTOWN - Davaar Island
One of Campbeltown’s hidden gems, Davaar Island, lies at the mouth of Campbeltown Loch. Davaar is a tidal island and is linked to the mainland by a natural shingle...
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CAMPBELTOWN - Glen Scotia Distillery
CAMPBELTOWN - Glen Scotia Distillery
Glen Scotia Distillery was founded in 1832 and has been producing single malt whisky in the time honoured manner since then. Throughout this time Campbeltown was known...
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CAMPBELTOWN - Museum
CAMPBELTOWN - Museum
Campbeltown Museum offers a unique insight into the town's past. It has a fascinating and nationally important archaeological collection. Find out about the...
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CAMPBELTOWN - The Heritage Centre
CAMPBELTOWN - The Heritage Centre
Campbeltown Heritage Centre – The Way we Were! The Heritage Centre, located in the old Lorne Street Church, built in 1868 as a result of the Disruption in the...
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Campbeltown Picture House
Campbeltown Picture House
Campbeltown Picture House is one of the first purpose built cinemas in Scotland, built in 1913. This Grade-A listed building is unique, with a Glasgow school art nouveau...
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GIGHA - Gigha Coast and Countryside Group
GIGHA - Gigha Coast and Countryside Group
The coast and countryside group is a volunteer organisation set up to improve and maintain Gigha's rich network of paths and archaeological monuments.
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GLENBARR - Glenbarr Abbey & MacAlister Clan Centre
GLENBARR - Glenbarr Abbey & MacAlister Clan Centre
Glenbarr Abbey and the MacAlister Clan Visitors Centre is situated in the picturesque village of Glenbarr on the west side of the Kintyre peninsula. Glenbarr Abbey...
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KILLEAN: Killean Church
KILLEAN: Killean Church
Killean Church dates from the 12th century, and continued in use until it was finally abandoned as insecure in 1770, when a new church was built at A' Chleit....
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KINTYRE - Alba Tours
KINTYRE - Alba Tours
Alba Tours provides guided tours and tailored excursions around Kintyre and further afield in Argyll & The Isles throughout the summer and winter. If you have a trip...
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SKIPNESS - Skipness Castle and Walk
SKIPNESS - Skipness Castle and Walk
Skipness Castle stands on the east side of the Kintyre Peninsula near the village of Skipness. The castle is a favourite among historical enthusiasts and families alike....
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SOUTHEND - Dunaverty Rock & Castle
SOUTHEND - Dunaverty Rock & Castle
The ruined Dunaverty Castle is located at Southend at the southern end of the Kintyre peninsula in Argyll. The site was once a fort belonging to the Clan Donald. Little...
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SOUTHEND - Keil Caves and St Columba's Footprints
SOUTHEND - Keil Caves and St Columba's Footprints
At the southern end of Kintyre, close to Southend, you can explore a number of fascinating historic sites.Discover Keil Caves, which were occupied for centuries. Nearby...
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