Seafood Capital and Scotland's most popular holiday town; Oban (or Little Bay) has a wealth of things for all the family to enjoy on land or on the sea.
Go walking in the area and explore mountains, beaches, woods or the streets of Oban
For a unique and fun way to see the area, why not step off our ferry at the North Pier and straIght on to your very own trike-taxi with Merlin Trike Tours? From a short tour of Oban all the way to Glencoe or Seil Island, is there really any other way to travel?
It's uphill all the way to McCaig's Tower, but worth it for the view.
Walk across the Atlantic and find out over lunch where the Tigh an Truish Inn gets its name from.
Have a dram and find out how it was made at Oban Distillery.
Take a day trip to the stunning inner hebridean islands - visit Mull, Iona, Treshnish & Staffa with Iain, a "Mulleach" (native of Mull).
Say hello to new friends at the Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary.