My sister and I walked from Blackwaterfoot to the caves taking in beach walking, boulder crossing, wee bit of pebble sculpture, birdwatching and sea gazing. The caves were the icing on the cake. Try it, you’ll love it.
We did the circular walk from the car park and back. It is a good walk with lovely views. The two hardest bits for us oldies were the descent to the beach and then the ascent from it!
You can get to the Kings Cave from the Shiskine Golf Club, where there is a good sized car park here and free parking. You can also get here by parking off the road that runs close to the coast before you reach Blackwaterfoot, if you are coming from Machrie. I prefer the walk…
This is a super circular walk (approx. 7km) through a highland pine forest, beautiful heather moor and quite a steep walk down to the caves on the beach, with some spectacular views on the way. The walk starts from a small car park on the road between Blackwaterfoot and…
The Kings Caves is well worth a visit. From the main car park it is about a 9500 metre walk all in. It is however well worth the walk down to the beach to see these caves of historical interest.