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What's on Mid Argyll, Kintyre and Islay

An unspoilt landscape of glens and bays, this is the traditional kingdom of the Scots, the cradle of early Gaelic culture and the place to come to try Scotland’s most sought-after and distinctive malt whiskies. Abundant wildlife, stunning beaches, lively fishing villages, an enthralling history and several distilleries make it a top attraction for visitors to Scotland.

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12th July 2015, Argyll:

Carradale Harbour Enterprises Ltd is delighted to announce the inaugural Great Carradale Canter 5K & 10K .

21st July 2015, Argyll:

The Caber World Championship will be contested again at Inverary in 2015.

8th August 2015, Argyll:

The Mid-Argyll Agricultural Show is a major event held annually on the second Saturday in August.

Weekends, 17th July - 22nd August 2015, Argyll:

The Galley of Lorne Inn is now into its ninth year of music festivals, the last seven of which have been under the guise of ‘The Galley Gig Fest’.

2nd May - 5th December 2015, Argyll:

Tarbert celebrates George Campbell Hay Centenary with new music and art.

March - December, Argyll:

Kilmartin village has more than 350 ancient monuments within a six-mile radius - 150 of them are prehistoric.

Year-round, Argyll:

This wild woodland climbs from the seashore near the head of Loch Creran up the slopes of Ben Churalain.

Year-round, Argyll:

A bogland showpiece and a remarkable remnant of one of our most ancient landscapes, Moine Mhor is rich in spectacular wildlife.

Year-round, Inverary:

Auchindrain Museum is an extraordinary attraction which brings a historic farming village back to life.

Year-round, Campbeltown:

Campbeltown Museum offers a unique insight into Campbeltown’s ancient and more modern past.

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