Home to Lismore Lighthouse, this island is 10 miles long and 1 mile wide, and found at the southern end of the Great Glen.
In addition to the walking and cycling opportunities found on Lismore, the island is a great place to spot wildlife such as seals, peregrines and razorbills.
Two ferry services operate to the Isle of Lismore from Port Appin and Oban, which are run by CalMac and Argyll and Bute Council.
Lismore Stores and Post Office offers groceries, gifts and internet access, and you can enjoy a variety of dishes at Lismore Café.
Mogwaii Products is also based on the Isle of Lismore, which sells a variety of distinctive textiles for home and fashion.
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