From your base at Loch Awe Holiday Park you are well placed to explore dramatic unspoiled scenery within easy traveling distance. The beautiful landscape is perfect for hill walking, cyclist enthusiasts and keen anglers as Loch Awe is one of the most popular fishing lochs in Argyll.
Argyll has a stunning array of cycle paths and forest tracks where you can embrace the stunning local scenery. Hire bikes and explore the beautiful surroundings of our holiday village. Half/Full day hire available. Helmets and puncture kits supplied. Cycling is one of the best ways to explore the local area, whether you’re looking for a single-track experience or epic road route, or maybe something a little more family friendly in and around the villages. Hunters Quay - Bike hire available on-site, call 01369 707772. Drimsynie Estate - Bike hire available on-site, call 01301 703344. Loch Awe - Bike hire available from RCS cycles, call 01866 822 736. Loch Lomond - Bike hire available from Cruise Loch Lomond, call 01301 702356.
Auchindrain was the last of Scotland’s Mining Township’s and now remains an important example of Scotland’s history. Enjoy a stroll around the settlement, or browse a range of local crafts and souvenirs. The Tearoom serves fresh home-made baking, soup and snacks. (Open April-October)
Cal Mac are the major operator of passenger and vehicle ferries in Scotland. They offer a gateway to explore some of Scotland's most beautiful locations including spots a bit further afield like Mull and Islay, and those a bit closer like Arran and Cumbrae to name but a few.
Cowal is a beautiful peninsula with a huge array of local walks. It’s so easy to reach from all major cities in the Central belt and offers extensive walking opportunities for the beginner and enthusiast. This is a rugged and mountainous landscape with varied coastline, tranquil lochs and extensive forests, packed with wildlife, including the famous red squirrel. A selection of walks are available, perfect for all members of the family. Made by locals, these walks really do offer the best in scenery and wildlife spotting. With a choice of four to choose from, we promise every level is catered for. Don’t forget your walking boots! Some great routes can be found on our Walking in Argyll page
Situated amongst some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery is one of the country’s most amazing engineering achievements. A power station buried one kilometre below the ground. At its centre lies a massive cavern, high enough to house the Tower of London. Take the tour and be blown away!