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Locations

Beautiful destinations to explore

Strontian is a small village close to the head of Loch Sunart.  It hosts two hotels, a number of B&Bs, a bunk house and a small, quiet campsite. 

Loch Sunart is the longest and one of the most beautiful Lochs in Scotland.  Starting just outside the small village of Strontian, its waters line the southern coastline of the stunning Ardnamurchan Peninsula until it reaches the open sea at Ardnamurchan point, the most westerly point on the UK mainland.  The loch plays host to numerous islands which add to its character and are ideal for the canoeist to explore.

Loch Sunart is home to an abundance of wildlife including seals, otters and porpoises.  Birdlife abounds and it is not uncommon to see White Tailed and Golden Eagles.

Loch Moidart is a small tidal loch on the north shore of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula.  It is connected to the sea by two channels which run either side of the island Eilean Shona.  It is host to the ruins of the historical castle Tioram which sits on the tidal island Eilean Tioram. 

With numerous small islands to explore while otters and seals watch your every, Moidart is a beautiful loch to explore by canoe.

Loch Shiel is an inland loch which starts at the village of Glenfinnan and eventually joins Loch Moidart via the River Shiel.  This is a stunning loch, with White Tailed and Golden Eagles soaring high in the skies above.

Ardnamurchan Point

At the tip of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula is Ardnamurchan Point – the most Westerly Point on the UK mainland.  On the Point is the 36 metre tall Ardnamurchan Lighthouse which was built in 1849.  From Ardnamurchan Point you can see the Isles of Eigg, Muck, Rum, Col, Tiree, Skye and Mull.

Sound of Mull

Forming part of the Atlantic Ocean, the Sound of Mull lies between mainland Scotland and the Hebridean Island of Mull.  Being sheltered from the worst of the Atlantic weather, the Sound of Mull has an abundance of marine wildlife.

 

LOCAL ACCOMMODATION

There is plenty of accommodation on the Ardnamurchan peninsula in the form of campsites, bunk houses, B&Bs and hotels.

The owners at Sunart Camping offer a 10% discount to anyone booking with them who has booked on any of our trips.