West Highland Historic Trail - Arran & Argyll
A luxury private 8-night tour of the Isle of Arran and the region of Argyll in the South West of Scotland; a true treasure trove of historic gems. All tours are bespoke to suit your interests.
The region of Argyll in the South West of Scotland is a true treasure trove of historic gems, the likes of which are not to be found in any other part of the country.
With your knowledgeable driver guide you’ll visit an array of key sites across the West Coast region of Argyll, Isle of Arran, The Holy Isle and the Slate Islands.
One of the quieter areas of the country, South Argyll is tucked away from the main tourist routes so you’ll really have the chance to get up close to some of Scotland’s most important sites and often feel like you are the only ones there.
From villages affected by the tragic Highland Clearances to castle ruins, from neolithic structures to remnants of the industrial revolution – you’ll uncover a tapestry of intense human history spanning many centuries.
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An Turas Heritage Expeditions
An Turas Heritage Expeditions offer a specialist tour service for those who seek to explore Scotland and Ireland's amazing history or get an immersive insight into their own unique heritage and ancestry connections. Discover ancient standing stones and burial chambers, villages abandoned during the Highland Clearances, eerie battlefields and maybe even the castle ruins or clan seat of a distant ancestor. All of our tours are customised to suit your own unique interests.
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