Visit Inveraray - the Gateway to Argyll
 
Touring from Inveraray


Inveraray provides an excellent hub for touring in Argyll.

OBAN is only 38 miles (61 km) away, which takes less than an hour.

www.oban.org.uk

On the way you will pass the magnificent views over Loch Awe with its many islands and visit Cruachan power station which is carved inside the hill.

CruachanCruachan Power Station - (19.9 miles (32 km) about 29 minutes)

The Hollow Mountain

Hidden deep within the mountain of Ben Cruachan on the shores of Loch awe is Cruachan Power Station, a power station buried one kilometre below the ground.
At its centre lies a massive cavern, high enough to house the Tower of London! Here enormous turbines convert the power of water into electricity, available to you in your home at the flick of a switch.

The hollow mountain is a place like no other. An underground world on a spectacular scale.

Click to visit their web site

Cruachan Visitor Centre
Dalmally, Argyll PA33 1AN, Scotland
Telephone: +44(0)1866 822618
Fax: +44(0)1866 822509
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Fort William - 74 miles (119km) is 1hr 40min away from Inveraray and is a step away from Ben Nevis, and a steam train run to Mallaig on the train used in the making of the Harry Potter film.
www.visit-fortwilliam.co.uk


Live from Dunoon Dunoon - 43miles (69km) is 1hr 10mins away. This is a very nice drive down the valley around Loch Eck

This is a very nice town on the River Clyde with a main shopping street and plenty of scenic walks and a promenade and has a swimming pool. Ferry services are available to Gouock.

(picture courtesy of Argyll and Bute Council,)
Rothesay is 51 miles to Colintraive Ferry then 10 miles more to this island town, around 1hr 20 mins travelling time in total.


Other places of interest within easy reach are Isle of Arran, Tarbert, Campbeltown and Glasgow and many more attractive towns.

Further information is available through the local Tourist Information Centre.