Isle Of Luing

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An Island within easy reach of the mainland full of wildlife, history and yet relatively unknown. The island is 6 miles by 12 miles long, ideal for exploring by bike. Catch the ferry which runs every half hour.15 miles south of Oban off A816.

 The Isle of Luing is perfect for a day trip from Oban and the surrounding area. The islands charm lies in its natural beauty and unspoilt peaceful scenery which may be explored by car, bicycle or on foot. 

The Isle of Luing has changed little over the past two hundred years, with white-washed quarriers cottages, lush pasture and abundant wildlife. The island is a tranquil paradise, with stunning views to Mull, Scarba, the Garvellachs and the many other small islands that surround it. 
It is also an excellent place to see many well known species of wildlife. Otters and hares are resident on the island, and seals, porpoises and dolphins are seen in the sea around. There are often chances to see buzzards, peregrines and hen harriers, as well as visiting eagles.

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