Only a 35 minute ferry ride from Wemyss Bay, the island of Bute is bursting with unique culture and history, hidden attractions and experiences. The Bute is one of five driving routes across the west of Scotland that form The Coig. Read on to find some of the best attractions to be enjoyed along the way.
Visit the distinctive Rothesay Castle and discover a fascinating history which dates back to the early 13th century.
A popular Victorian seaside resort, discover the charm and beauty of Rothesay and its esplanade.
If you find yourself caught short during your visit to Rothesay, head for the ornate Victorian public loos - an impressive throwback complete with mosaics.
Check out a hidden gem in the heart of Rothesay - Serpentine Road - complete with 14 hairpin bends!
The iconic Mount Stuart boasts magnificent Victorian Gothic architecture, fascinating history and 300 acres of beautifully preserved grounds.
Mystery still surrounds the Kingarth Standing Stones, with only three of the original seven standing today.
Discover the fascinating history of St Blane's Chapel which sits on a site which can date its monastic roots to the 6th century.
A Site of Specific Scientific Interest, Loch Fad is a large freshwater loch that runs through the middle of Bute.
Relax and unwind at Scalpsie Bay on Bute's west cost and don't miss the resident wildlife, including seals.
Enjoy the popular and accessible mile long Ettrick Bay Beach with its golden sands.