Loch Awe

Nestled in Argyll & Bute is the longest loch in Scotland, Loch Awe. Stretching over 25 breathtaking miles, this freshwater loch is the perfect haven for hikers and historians alike.

A perfect haven

The shores of Loch Awe are peppered with castles and churches dating as far back as the 15th century. St Conan’s Kirk is a hauntingly beautiful church taking architectural inspiration from different periods and places.

Kilchurn Castle is the most photographed in Scotland, but other crumbling castle ruins sat on the loch’s islands are certainly worth a boat trip!