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Visit the first recorded distillery on Islay and one of the oldest in the whole of Scotland.
Monuments & Ruins
Cultoon Stone Circle is located approximately 4 miles from Portnahaven on the Isle of Islay.
Nature Centres & Reserves
Gruinart, Bridgend, Isle of Islay
Loch Gruinart Reserve and Visitor Centre is open all year round with beautiful trails and hides. Guided walks Apr-Oct. See website for details of our events. Great for corncrake, chough, deer, breeding waders, & wintering geese
One of nine distilleries found on Islay, Bruichladdich still uses traditional Victorian machinery to make its whisky.
Bruichladdich, Isle of Islay
Visit the first distillery to be established on Islay in over 124 years.
Visit the atmospheric ruins of this formal naval base where Earl Somerled, the ‘King of the Isles’, once launched his galleys.
This unique new Centre, housed in Rothesay's famous 1924 Winter Garden, houses a fascinating free multi-media exhibition, introducing you to the beautiful Isle of Bute.
Situated in a small bay near the south coast of Islay near the ruins of Dunyveg Castle, Lagavulin Distillery is thought to be one of the longest established distilleries in the country. Distilling on the site took place as early as 1742 and by the la
From an early Bronze age grave to a 5,000 year old head, discover the fascinating history of this stunning island at the Arran Heritage Museum.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
Isle Of Iona
The serene Isle of Iona is home to the oldest and most sacred religious places in all of western Europe.
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