The Ardnamurchan peninsula is a totally unspoilt area of the western Highlands. It offers an abundance of wildlife; otters, pine marten, seals, deer, whales, dolphins and numerous bird species can be sighted in the region. Take a trip to Ardnamurchan Point, the most westerly part of the UK mainland and visit the lighthouse. Discover Sanna Bay, with its beautiful white shell beach and turquoise blue sea offering views of the Inner Hebrides. Spend a fascinating day at Glenmore Natural History centre or visit the atmospheric 13th century Castle Tioram, perched on a rocky promontory jutting out into Loch Moidart. The beautiful Isle of Mull is also easily accessible by boat trip from Ardnamurchan. Enjoy a day wandering around the picturesque town of Tobermoray with its brightly coloured houses clustered around the bay. Fort William, the home of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, is known as the ’outdoor capital of the Highlands’ is less than an hour’s drive away. It offers an excellent selection of shops and restaurants as well as a wealth of outdoor activities.With hill walking, sailing, canoeing, climbing, fishing, mountain biking, golf and horse riding, together with stunning beaches and an abundance of wildlife this area is truly an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.