Follow the west coast's Seafood Trail which features eight restaurants offering the very best seafood dishes from lobster and langoustines to mussels and scallops. You can also enjoy these sumptuous flavours on restaurant menus across the area, from Lochgilphead to Oban and Colonsay to Tobermory.
It's a very picturesque region where you can soak up the atmosphere in bars, pubs, cafes and tearooms, all of which boast locally produced food and drink and a guaranteed warm welcome. As well as the delicious range of seafood on offer, the region is also known for its succulent venison and tender lamb which can be found on menus across the area.
If you're inspired by the flavours, pick up your own raw ingredients direct from the producers at farmers' markets such as the one at Cairndow and Loch Fyne. Browse the stalls and select delicious meats, seafood, seasonal fruit and vegetables and more and get great advice from the producers themselves.
Look out for foodie events across the region too such as the annual Loch Fyne Food Fair in May and the Tarbert Seafood Festival in July which showcase excellent food and drink from across Argyll & The Isles.
This is also a region famed for its whiskies and no visit would be complete without indulging in a dram or two. There's 14 distilleries to choose from, many of which offer a behind the scenes tour of the whisky making process. Discover the distinctive flavours and find your favourite. You can also enjoy handcrafted beers and ales from Oban or Colonsay which is home to the world's smallest island distillery.
Wherever you are in the region, be sure to indulge in the fine flavours in restaurants, bars, pubs, cafes and tearooms.
Come and enjoy a culinary adventure and great food and drink across Argyll & The Isles.