Oban and surrounding areas are steeped in history, what better way to experience this than visiting one of the many grand Castles within the area. Some of the Castles are ruins while others are stately homes.
An exciting day out to see one of our many Castles while incorporating a walk and possibly a picnic, a great way to get some exercise and enjoy some true Scottish culture.
John Stuart McCaig (1824 - 1902) who was responsible for it's construction over a five year period from 1895 until his death in 1902. READ MOREAddress:Duncraggan Rd, Oban PA34 5DP
The structure of Kilchurn Castle is in ruins, sitting on a rocky peninsula at the Northeastern end of Loch Awe. READ MOREAddress:Lochawe, Dalmally PA33 1AF
Tel: 0131 668 8600
A ruined 16th-century tower house, noted for its very unusual plan and renaissance detailing. It is located around 2 km to the North of Kilmartin. A great stop while exploring South of Oban READ MOREAddress:Carnasserie Castle, Lochgilphead PA31 8RQ
The castle is said to have a ghost in a green dress, apparently a "glaistig", a fairy woman, heralding events in the lives of the Campbell family. READ MOREAddress:Dunbeg by Oban, Argyll PA37 1PZ