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Welcome toMorvern and Ardnamurchan

The remotest spot on the mainland: dramatic views, wild moorland, and untouched beaches. Plenty of eagles, dolphins and whales, too.

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Remote and wild

It's hard to find a place that's wilder than Mull, but get the ferry to Morvern or Ardnamurchan and you might be in luck. Head to Sanna bay for a pure white beach and turquoise seas, or climb up Ben Hiant in Ardnamurchan for panoramic views of Mull, Coll, Skye and the Small Isles. The wildlife includes seals, dolphins, whales, otters, golden and white-tailed eagles, red deer, pine marten and wildcats so keep an eye out as you walk.

There's a thriving otter population: look out for them from the ferry to Lochaline on Morvern. The Lochaline sea loch is the perfect otter habitat: river banks and rocky coasts, and because the Morvern and Ardnamurchan have remained relatively untouched by modern life, they make a perfect place for a wild adventure.

For more information on this destination visit Ardnamurchan's  website.


How to get here

You can drive from Fort William, or get one of the ferries from Mull.

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