All Places in Argyll and Bute
- Ettrick Bay has a flat coarse sandy beach on the West coast of Bute and has some good views of Arran. The beach is a wide beach and approximately 1.7 km long and at low tide can stretch out 500m from the high tide mark. At either end of the bay, you have some rocky outcrops and the beach is a popular location for seal watching. Facilities at the beach include a small parking area, tea room and toilets.
- Kilchurn Castle is in a spectacular location, a ruined 15th and 17th century structure on a rocky peninsula at the northeastern end of Loch Awe. The castle is open to the public only during the summer. Access, is by either by boat from Lochawe pier, or on foot from Dalmally. Access on foot is sometimes restricted when the levels of water in the Loch are high as this turns the rocky peninsula into an island.