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#2 of 10 things to do in Arisaig
Beautiful walk along this beach made famous by the film Local hero, and I am sure strolled by very brave S.O.E. and other wartime personnel before there journey to the war zone of Europe in the second world war
We were lucky to have a 7 day holiday in Fort William during the most glorious weather, explored Bonnie Scotland & spent a whole day at this glorious beach - it would rival any Greek or Spanish beach!
#3 of 10 things to do in Arisaig
Some lovely homemade jams and preserves were on sale, along with a brilliant selection of books, and local bits and bobs.
This place is an info centre, bookshop, gift shop, community hub, education centre, museum, activity centre and source of knowledge about everything in the area.

Morar Beach

Morar 3.7 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Morar
10/15 minutes drive from Mallaig, you find yourself at Morar with stunning beaches and coastal walks - great place for beach activity and walks whatever the weather
Spectacular views towards Eigg & Rhum ..Stunning Beach looks like one you would see in the Caribbean even on a winters dsy.. it’s just beautiful.
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#4 of 10 things to do in Arisaig
We loved our trip to Eigg, particularly the return journey when our Skipper Ronnie did a handbrake turn cos he saw a Minke whale!
We went on the MV Shearwater to the Isle of Eigg, we were lucky enough to see a minky whale on the way out and seals on the way there and back.

Western Isles Cruises

Mallaig 6.7 mi away
#11 of 11 things to do in Mallaig
The 1 hour wildlife cruise was really nice and we really enjoyed it, the skipper and crew was friendly and informative slowing the boat down allowing us passengers a chance to view the Gannets diving, seals chilli...
Really nice short trip on a beautiful sunny day, where we got to enjoy views of the surrounding islands from the sea, a good view of the basking seals and cormorants on the island and on our trip we came across a...

Caledonian MacBrayne

Mallaig 6.8 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Mallaig
You can park free in Mallaig close to the ferry terminal and we enjoyed the added bonus of seeing the Jacobite steam train in the town on return.
The customer service was outstanding and the trips to/from the Outer and Inner Hebrides were a relaxing and scenic part of our trip.