The regions covered are Oban centre,which is the main town, The Isle Of Mull, Oban South including Ardfern, Kilmartin, Easdale Arduaine and Ardrishaig . Oban North, Barcaldine, Inveraray, Kerrera, Connel and Oban East, including Appin .
For Where to go, What to do , and where to Eat, Drink and Shop be sure to pick up the Explore Oban Map Guide which is located around the town and is free. Also check the Explore Oban Map Board which is located in the town centre opposite Superdrug. This will show you every location you are looking for in the centre of Oban town.
You can also pick up our sister Map Guide Explore Mull and Iona from the same locations. Both guides are available in all Accommodation providers, Public transportation Offices such as ScotRail, Calmac Ferry Terminal, West Coast Motors, Flit Self Drive, Bowman’s Tours, Tourist Information Offices, and all Advertisers premises within the Map Guides.
This is where it is all happening. Enjoy the sound of bagpipes playing traditional Scottish music, while admiring the spectacular view over the bay. Watch the boats, listen to the seagulls and enjoy some Scottish food, explore the area , take a trip, or browse our shops. There is literally something for everyone. READ MORE
North Of Oban
This area covers quite a few small towns and villages including Dunstaffnage, Connel, Benderloch, Barcaldine, Appin and Port Appin. Take a days drive and discover the small quaint establishments North of Oban READ MORE
Oban East covers the areas before reaching Oban including Inveraray, Loch Awe, and Taynuilt .St Conan’s Kirk (as in photograph) on the banks of the stunning Loch Awe, Saint Conan’s Kirk has been providing the local community and visitors alike with a most enchanting experience. READ MORE
South Of Oban
South of Oban is home to Kilmartin House Museum, and also Kilmartin Glen which is one of the most important archaelogical sites in Europe. This area also covers Easdale, Ardfern, Kilmelford , Luing and Ardrishaig READ MORE