Centred on the sheltered shore of Loch nan Ceall on the west coast, Arisaig is a pretty village boasting superb scenery.
This lovely collection of largely white-painted buildings scattered between the harbour and the line of the road to Morar is situated on an inlet in the Morar peninsula at the western end of the legendary Road to Isles.
The landscape is characterised by a rocky coast, blue seas and particularly white sand which all make the village a good base for exploring the incredibly scenic surrounding countryside. The views out to the islands of Rum and Eigg can be breathtaking, especially at sunset.
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