Self-Catering Argyll Islands Cottages
The Argyll Isles include Bute, Mull, Iona, Islay, Jura and Colonsay. They are all very diverse and whichever you visit, you are sure to be swept away by their unspoilt beauty and stunning scenery.
The Isle of Mull is the second largest of the Inner Hebrides islands after Skye, with Tobermory its main tourist centre. You can find the only Munro in the Hebrides, Ben More, in the south of the island. Bird watching is a popular activity on Mull as birds of prey are often seen hunting over the moors or fishing over lochs and sea. You can also take a boat trip out to nearby Staffa and the Treshnish Isles.
The group of islands that lie to the south of Mull and west of the Kintyre peninsula are the Isle of Islay and the Isle of Jura – only separated by the narrow Sound of Islay. Islay is the most southerly Hebridean Island known for its peaty whisky and varied wildlife. Jura, named after deer, is one of Scotland’s genuine wildernesses with a thriving population of red deer.
For an authentic island adventure, take a look at holiday cottages and houses in the Argyll Isles.