Explore Campbeltown & Kintyre

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to places to eat. Apart from eating at “Carradales”, the immediate region’s seafood and game is appreciated by food lovers around the globe, and there’s some well kept secrets when it comes to serving up delicious locally sourced food.

Explore The Local Area.

Carradales is ideally located to explore this stunning part of the Kintyre Peninsula popular with walkers, nature lovers, golfers, game shooting, water sports enthusiasts and those looking to relax and enjoy the breath-taking and tranquil scenery.

Fancy A Tipple?

Once proclaimed ‘the whisky capital of the world’ with 34 distilleries, today only three active distilleries remain in the town: Glen Scotia, Glengyle and Springbank.

Get In Touch With Nature.

With miles of sandy beaches, and wildlife galore, Kintyre attracts nature lovers from far and wide. And it’s not just the day-time delights that draw them. Kintyre is a magnet for star gazers and is home to Argyll’s first official Dark Sky Discovery Site.

A Slice Of Local History.

Visit ruined castles in impossibly romantic locations, marvel at historic houses and gaze in wonder at Bronze Age standing stones. The landscape of Argyll and the Isles is dotted with signs of the past, including chambered cairns and cup-and-ring marked rocks. Grab a map and take your own journey into the history of this fascinating part of Scotland.

Go On An Adventure.

Beautiful beaches, historic castles, seaside villages and majestic mountains make Kintyre the perfect place for all kinds of activities. In Argyll, Kintyre and the surrounding area there’s so much to enjoy: great food and drink, music, a rich and vibrant culture, ancient sporting traditions and fantastic wildlife.

Celebrate The Culture.

One of the most important aspects of life in Kintyre is our supportive community. If it wasn’t for local fundraising, we wouldn’t have so many talented musicians, dancers, sports groups and artists.