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The Weather in Ardnamurchan
Above are the weather conditions for Ardnamurchan. On average, the warmest month is July. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is May.
Enjoy your stay in a holiday cottage on the Ardnamurchan peninsula
The Ardnamurchan peninsula in western Scotland remains a popular visitor destination, especially for those who enjoy the great outdoors. Explore the rolling hills or enjoy the peninsula's coastal scenery, all from the comfort of your own Ardnamurchan cottage by the sea.
Whether you are a fan of meat or fish, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants, or you can buy local produce to take back to your Ardnamurchan cottage for a home-cooked meal. Ardnamurchan-reared venison is a particular delicacy, along with locally caught fish, langoustines and crabs from Loch Shiel and Loch Sunart.
The remote Knoydart peninsula, which can only be reached by boat from Mallaig, is a great place to try hand-dived scallops from Loch Nevis. No trip to Scotland would be complete without a visit to a distillery, and the Ardnamurchan Distillery, which opened in 2014 in Glenbeg, is open to visitors all year round. Every tour comes with a free sample of their excellent produce.
Mountains and sea
The best way to explore the Ardnamurchan countryside is to get out on your own two feet and take a hike into the mountains or along the coast. Walk up Beinn na Seilg to enjoy fantastic views of the Isle of Mull, or hike through the beautiful and peaceful surroundings of Glen Moidart.
If you prefer to sightsee from the water, you can take a guided sea kayaking tour on Loch Sunart, home to seals and porpoises, or take things a little easier with a sightseeing cruise on Loch Shiel, keeping an eye out for red deer and golden eagles. Find out more about the wildlife in the Ardnamurchan area by visiting the Ardnamurchan Natural History and Wildlife Centre in Glenmore, which has exhibits devoted to the flora and fauna which have made this area their home.
Celebrate Ardnamurchan culture
Every July, Ardnamurchan hosts Feis nan Garbh Chriochan, which translates to Festival of the Rough Bounds – the nickname given to this remote and wild part of Scotland. Enjoy live performances of traditional music throughout the event, or even join a class to learn some basics yourself.
Also in July, the peninsula hosts the Morvern Games and Gala Week, starting with a traditional Highland Games before going on to host a variety of events throughout the week These include guided walks, a duck race and a triathlon. Each August, locals and visitors can enjoy the West Ardnamurchan Regatta, a celebration of the area's close links with the sea with races for rowing boats, kayaks and even home-made rafts. The regatta always ends with a traditional ceilidh.
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