Moidart is a wild, beautiful, remote region in the heart of the West Highlands of Scotland, with the Ardnamurchan peninsular to the west, Arisaig and Morar to the north, Morvern to the south, and Sunart and Ardgour to the east. Moidart, North Morar, Arisaig and Knoydart form part of the Rough Bounds, an area renowned for its wild, remote and rugged landscapes. In addition, the Isles of Mull, Eigg, Rum, Canna and Skye are accessible by boat from jetties in Morvern and Ardnamurchan for Mull, and Mallaig for the Small Isles and Skye. >>Explore more...
Moidart is wild and beautiful region of the West Highlands stepped in history. It is renowned for both its woodland and wild upland landscapes. It is a land of legend where loyalty, rivalry, kingly ambitions and heroic deeds have been played out against a dramatic backdrop. A great place for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts and those who wish to tour the wider area.
Moidart, Ardnamurchan, Morar and Morvern offer a range of holiday accommodation from intimate self catering cottages to large luxury houses, to bed and breakfasts to country house hotels. The accommodation featured is some of the finest in the area set amidst stunning scenery. Select from luxury accommodation to accommodation championing eco-tourism and wildlife encounters.
The historic fishing port of Mallaig provides ferry links to The Isle of Skye and the Small Isles (Canna, Eigg, Rum and Muck). The Isle of Mull can be reached from ferry ports on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and Morvern. Take advantage of the new low cost ferry prices to carry out some island hopping this year.
Ardnamurchan peninsula is a remote and rugged region with some fine beaches and a lighthouse on the most westerly point of the British mainland. There is also a ferry port to Mull. Take time to explore this dramatic volcanic landscape and the surrounding seascape. A great place to look out for some iconic Highland wildlife by land and sea and to lose yourself in the wilderness of the place.
The Road to the Isles is a great place to relax on stunning silvery beaches, enjoy stunning coastal scenery and visit the small quaint fishing port of Mallaig and the lovely village of Arisaig. Take a boat over the sea to Isle of Skye and the Small Isles. Mallaig is also the rail terminus for the Jacobite steam train service from Fort William. A great place for coastal scenery, history and adventure.
Check out our searchable service directory to find the nearest swimming pool, gift shop, post office, tourist information, doctor or dentist. There is also a selection of the local crafts and produce outlets. Each amenity is located on an interactive map, with address, phone number and opening times. Stay connected wherever you are......
Morvern is a stunning and dramatic region with a geology and topography that reflect a turbulent volcanic history. It boasts a deep water harbour, a ruined 13th century castle, a stunning 25 acre garden at Ardtornish, a ferry port and a dive centre. A great place to explore by foot, bike and sea.
The villages of Strontian and Ardgour lie to the north and east of Loch Sunart. Loch Sunart is the Highland’s longest sea lochs and dominated by the Corbett Ben Resipole. This is a great place for woodlands with Arinudle National Nature Reserve, being a fine example of ancient coastal Atlantic oakwood, and the fragments of Caledonian Pine Forest around Ardgour, representing some of the best examples in the West Highlands. Loch Sunart is also considered one of the best places to see otters in the UK. This is a great place for a slow adventure with fine coastal scenery and ample opportunities for walking and cycling.