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Arinagour

Arinagour is a village on the island of Coll, in the Argyll and Bute council area of Scotland. It is the main settlement on the island, and is the islands ferry terminal. A ferry operated by Caledonian MacBrayne crosses to Oban and Tiree. In 1961 ...

Ascog

Ascog is a small village on the Isle of Bute, within Argyll and Bute council area, Scotland. The village is within the parish of Kingarth, and is situated on the A844. It is located on the east coast of the island, about 2 km to the south east of ...

Asknish

Asknish is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The village consists of a large residential house Asknish house and outbuildings with a loggia and two houses nearby on the A83 road. Asknish house was category B listed building since 1971.

Ballygrant

Ballygrant is a small village on the Inner Hebrides island of Islay of the western coast of Scotland. The village is within the parish of Killarow and Kilmeny. Ballygrant bale in Ghràna is the oldest village on Islay, pre-clearance and distillery ...

Beinn a Chaolais

Beinn a Chaolais is the lowest peak of the Paps of Jura on the island of Jura, Scotland. It is at 733 metres above sea level, and with more than 300 meters relative height, therefore, is Graham.

Beinn an Oir

Beinn an Oir is the highest peak of the Paps of Jura on the island of Jura, Scotland. It is the highest peak on the island, standing at 785 metres, and is thereby a Corbett. The beinn in OIR was frequently raised along with the other two peaks fo ...

Beinn Bheigeir

Beinn Bheigeir is a hill on the island of Islay in Scotland, UK. At 491 m, it is the highest of the seven Marilyn hills on Islay, and the highest point on the island. It is located in the South-East of Islay in the Ardtalla estate. One possible a ...

Beinn Chaorach (Graham)

Beinn Chaorach is a hill in the southern foothills of the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies in the Luss Hills of Argyll and Bute, between Loch Lomond and Loch Long. The southernmost of the Luss hills, grassy this peak is often climbed in co ...

Beinn Chorranach

Beinn Chorranach is one of the Arrochar Alps, a mountain range that marks the start of the Argyll Highlands and provides a wilderness of long coastlines and high mountains with forested hill sides. Beinn Chorranachs parent peak is Beinn Ime, the ...

Beinn Lochain

Beinn Lochain is one of the Arrochar Alps at 703 metres, in the Argyll Highlands. The mountain is situated to the west of Lochgoilhead. It continues the rugged and wild feel of the local area as it sits next to its higher neighbour Beinn Bheula w ...

Beinn Reithe

Beinn Reithe is a mountain in Argyll in the Scottish Highlands and forms part of the Ardgoil Peninsula and Arrochar Alps. Beinn Reithe is located between Loch Goil and Loch Long, it reaches a height just over 2000 ft. The mountain is most noticea ...

Bellochantuy

Bellochantuy is a small coastal hamlet located on the A83 in Argyll, Scotland around 10 miles north of Campbeltown. Hotel Argyll bellochantuy became the first mainland building in Britain, damage from enemy action when fired from German planes.

Benderloch

Benderloch is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The name is derived from Beinn eadar dà loch, meaning "mountain between two lochs". Benderloch lies on the A828 road in the coastal parish of Ardchattan, Argyll, Scotland. He grew up as a rail ...

Bonawe

Bonawe is a village in Ardchattan Parish Argyll and Bute, Scotland opposite Taynuilt on the north shore of Loch Etive, most famous for the shipping firm J & A Gardeners Bonawe Quarry - now owned by Breedon Aggregates Scotland Ltd. Bonawe is prima ...

Bridgend, Islay

Bridgend is a village on the Inner Hebrides island of Islay off the western coast of Scotland at the tip of Loch Indaal. The village is within the parish of Killarow and Kilmeny. On the Islands two main roads, A846 and A847, meet me in the villag ...

Cairnbaan

Cairnbaan is a village situated on the Crinan Canal, in Argyll and Bute, western Scotland. Located about halfway between Ardrishaig on the lake Gilp through the channels of the Eastern part and Crinan on the sound of Jura to the West. Its name is ...

Calve Island

Calve Island is an uninhabited island on the east coast of the Isle of Mull in Argyll and Bute on the west coast of Scotland. It provides some shelter for Tobermory Bay and is separated from Mull by a tidal channel. The island is 1.2 miles in len ...

Camas Tuath

Camas Tuath is an inlet bay on the Ross of Mull. The Bay has two small tidal Islands and two Quarrymans cottages, the hire of the community of Iona, as the adventure camp. It runs in 1 ⁄ 2 km 2.5 km to go on a bog track and on the boat. Activitie ...

Campbeltown Loch

Campbeltown Loch is a small sea loch near the south of the Kintyre Peninsula facing eastwards towards the Firth of Clyde. The town of Campbeltown, from which it takes its name, is located at its head. The island of Davaar is located in the loch, ...

Cara Island

Cara is 1 kilometre 5 ⁄ 8 mi south of Gigha. It is accessible from Gigha. Kara translation in Gaelic as "dear" or "darling." Kara is a popular name for girls in the area and in Scotland as a whole.

Cladich

Cladich is a scattered settlement in Argyll, Scotland. Cladich lies on the b840 lining the road to the West of its junction with the main A819.

Cnoc Coinnich

Cnoc Coinnich is a Corbett situated in Ardgoil in the Argyll & Bute council region and forms part of the Arrochar Alps. Cnoc Coinnich missed out on a Corbett as one meter until July 2016, when it was resurveyed, at the instigation of the Scottish ...

Colgrain

Colgrain is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The village is located to the east of Helensburgh. In Colgrain know the name, at least 1377, when sir William Denzeltoun of Colgrane consents to the grant made by his father, sir John Denzeltoun ...

Connel

Connel is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is situated on the southern shore of Loch Etive. The Lusragan Burn flows through the village and into the loch. The most noticeable feature in the village is Connel bridge, a large cantilever b ...

Cove, Argyll

Cove is a village on the south-west coast of the Rosneath peninsula, on Loch Long, in Argyll and Bute, West of Scotland. Historically in Dunbartonshire, before local government reorganization in Scotland in 1975, she was part of the small town of ...

Craigendoran

Craigendoran is a suburb at the eastern end of Helensburgh in Scotland, on the northern shore of the Firth of Clyde. The name is from the Gaelic for "the rock of the otter". He served on the railway station craigendoran tickets. The tickets craig ...

Craignure

Craignure is a village and the main ferry port on the Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The village is within the parish of Torosay.

Creach Bheinn (Loch Creran)

Creach Bheinn is a mountain in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It rises above the head Loch Creran in Argyll. Large and spreading top, demolished the path leads up to the ridge from Loch Creran. Some of the steep areas lie near the top. The I ...

Creag Island

Creag Island is an island in Scotland. It is located in Argyll and Bute council area, in the northwestern part of the country, 600 km northwest of the British capital London.

Croggan

Croggan is a small scattered settlement on the Loch Spelve sealoch, in the south of the Isle of Mull, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is located in the Torosay parish. The nearest village is Lochbuie.

Cruach nam Miseag

Cruach nam Miseag is a mountain near Lochgoilhead within the Arrochar Alps, Scotland. It reaches a height of 606 m. It is located at NS182981.

Cruach nam Mult

Cruach nam Mult is a mountain in the Arrochar Alps, Argyll, Scotland which lies to the southern side of Hells Glen. The mountain is near Loch Fyne and GlenGoil and is part of the northern side of the area of the Arrochar Alps that follow south to ...

Cuan Sound

Cuan Sound is a narrow channel, 200 metres wide, located in Argyll, western Scotland. It separates Seil and Luing and later becomes the Firth of Lorn. It has a very strong current. In Cuan Sound, the north-going stream begins 4.5 hours after high ...

Island of Danna

It is connected to the mainland by a stone causeway and is at the southern end of the narrow Tayvallich peninsula, which separates Loch Sween from the Sound of Jura. It is part of the Ulva, Danna and the MacCormaig Isles SSSI. Danna is part of th ...

Dervaig

Dervaig is a small village on the Isle of Mull off the west coast of Scotland. The village is within the parish of Kilninian and Kilmore, and is situated on the B8073. Church by architect Glasgow Peter MacGregor Chalmers with stained glass by Ste ...

Drumlemble

Drumlemble is a small village on the Kintyre peninsula in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The village of Drumlemble is approximately 4 miles West of the nearest town, Campbeltown, on the B843. Drumlemble halt was a small station on the Campbeltown and ...

Dùn Channuill

Dùn Channuill is a small island in the Garvellachs in the Firth of Lorn, Scotland. Dun Channuill lies to the North-East of the Gharb Eileach, the largest of the archipelago to which it gives its anglicised name. There is a ruined castle, probably ...

Dùn da Ghaoithe

Dùn da Ghaoithe is the second highest mountain on the Isle of Mull, western Scotland, and the islands only Corbett. It reaches 766 metres high, but "its long ridge and deep corries make it seem far higher". It boasts sea views "in almost every di ...

Dunbeg

Dunbeg, formerly known as Dunstaffnage or Dùn Staidhinis, a village about two and a half miles outside of Oban, Scotland. Dunbeg has a population of just under 1000. It is home to the Scottish Association for Marine Science, one of the primary ma ...

Eas Mor, lower

Eas Mor is a waterfall on the Abhainn Ghil on the island of Islay, in Scotland. It lies on the west coast of The Oa peninsula north of Lower Killeyan.

Eas Mor, upper

Eas Mor is a waterfall is a waterfall on the Abhainn Ghil on the island of Islay in Scotland. It lies on The Oa peninsula south of Giol and west of Lenavore.

Eilean Ceann na Creige

Eilean Ceann na Creige is a small island near Kennacraig in West Loch Tarbert in Scotland. Ceann na Creige is Gaelic for head of the rock. Eileen on Creige connected to Kennacraig dam. It is the mainland terminal for the ferry to Islay, Jura and ...

Eilean dà Mheinn

Eilean dà Mheinn, is a small inhabited island in Loch Crinan and one of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is about 100 meters, 330 feet West from the village of Crinan in the knapdale city during high tide and only a fraction of that distance fr ...

Eilean Dubh Mor

Eilean Dubh Mor is an uninhabited island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It lies at the mouth of the Firth of Lorn, between the islands of Lunga and Garbh Eileach. The area of the island has been measured variously - at 50 hectares by Livingst ...

Eilean Loain

Eilean Loain, is a small island in Loch Sween and one of the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is approximately 2 km 1.2 miles to the West of the settlement of kilmichael of Inverlussa hotel in the city of knapdale and the same distance South-East f ...

Eilean Mhic Chrion

Eilean Mhic Chrion is a tidal island sheltering Ardfern in Loch Craignish, Scotland. Eileen Mhic Chrion is one of 43 tidal Islands that can be walked to from mainland Britain and one of 17 that can be walked to from the Scottish mainland.

Eilean Mhic Coinnich

Eilean Mhic Coinnich, also known as Mackenzie Island, is an uninhabited island of 17.3 hectares, lying off the southern end of the Rinns of Islay peninsula on the Inner Hebridean island of Islay, Scotland. Lying just off the coast from the villag ...

Eilean Rìgh

Eilean Rìgh is an island in the Inner Hebrides of the west coast of Scotland. It lies in Loch Craignish, about 300 metres off the Argyll coastline. The name is Gaelic for "Kings Island", although which royal is not known.

Eorsa

Eorsa lies in Loch na Keal on the west coast of the Isle of Mull, to the east of Ulva. It is part of the Loch Na Keal National Scenic Area, one of 40 in Scotland.

Eriska

Eriska is a flat tidal island at the entrance to Loch Creran on the west coast of Scotland. Privately owned by the Buchanan-Smiths from 1973 until August 2016, Eriska is now owned by Creation Gem, a family-owned business from Hong Kong. The islan ...