The charming Scottish town of Oban is situated in Argyll and Bute and is renowned throughout Europe for its excellent seafood. Located on the west coast of the Scottish Highlands, it offers excellent scenery along with a fine collection of architectural wonders including Dunollie and Dunstaffnage Castles, and McCaig’s Tower. Oban is also a fantastic place to sample local locally-produced whisky.
Its position within the Scottish Highlands makes it an ideal option for anyone looking to explore Scotland’s scenic beauty. Hebridean Island Cruises operate a range of cruises from Oban throughout the year on board the 50-passenger Hebridean Princess. Knowledgeable onboard guides will enlighten you, providing information on every port of call and even offering a range of guided walks through some of the most stunning locations in the British Isles.
Oban is approximately two and half hours’ drive from Glasgow, which is the nearest major city. A more relaxing option may be to travel by train, with direct services to Oban available from Glasgow Queen Street Station.