Scotland's Highlands & Islands - Southern Highlands & Islands (PDF Chapter)

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This is the Southern Highlands & Islands chapter from Lonely Planet’s Scotland’s High-lands & Islands guidebook.

Here, sea travel is as important as road and rail - dozens of ferries allow you to island-hop your way from the Firth of Clyde to Oban and beyond, via the whisky distilleries of Islay, the wild moun-tains of Jura and the scenic delights of diminutive Colonsay.

  • exploring the lovely lochscapes and accessible walking and cycling routes of the Tros-sachs
  • maps
  • visiting the smoky heavyweights of the whisky world on their peaty home turf of Islay
  • transport
  • blowing away the cobwebs on scenic, activity-packed Isle of Arran
  • restaurants & accommodation

Coverage includes: Loch Lomond & around, Crianlarich & Tyndrum, Helensburgh, Arrochar, The Trossachs, Aberfoyle & around, Lochs Katrine & Achray, Callander, Balquhidder & around, Killin, South Argyll, Cowal, Isle of Bute, Inveraray, Crinan Canal, Kilmartin Glen, Kintyre, Isle of Arran, Isle of Islay, Isle of Jura, Isle of Colonsay, Oban & Mull, Oban & around, Isle of Mull, Isle of Iona, Isle of Tiree, Isle of Coll, North Argyll, Loch Awe, Connel & Taynuilt, Appin & around, and Lismore.

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