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The Weather in Lochcarron
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 0°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Choose a Lochcarron holiday cottage for your Highland break
Sitting on the shore of Loch Carron, the village of Lochcarron is a picturesque place to base yourself for a holiday in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Ideally placed to venture further north into the Applecross Peninsula, or further south to Skye, visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to natural attractions.
Sample local seafood
Seafood is the speciality of many restaurants in the Lochcarron area; fresh fish, mussels, scallops and crab caught locally in the Atlantic Ocean and the sea lochs on this stretch of coastline. Visit the popular Kishorn Seafood Bar in Strathcarron and enjoy fresh fish dishes while you take in the great view across the water to Skye.
Fun on the water
Take the kids on a boat trip with a difference, with Seaprobe Atlantis, a glass-bottomed boat which sails daily from Kyle of Lochalsh. Enjoy great views of shipwrecked vessels and local wildlife both above and under the water; keep your eyes peeled for seals, dolphins and even bigger whales. A day on one of the many beaches in the Lochcarron area is another great family day out. Applecross beach is a vast expanse of golden sand, with great views out to Skye and the Hebrides.
The Scottish scenery is the number one reason why Lochcarron accommodation is a popular option. Explore on foot by following hiking trails around the shores of Loch Carron or bag your first Munro, the name given to mountains over 3000 feet. If you want to enjoy a more leisurely stroll, visit nearby Attadale Gardens, a large planned park with rhododendrons, water features and ancient woodland. Experience Scottish history with a day trip to Eilean Donan, one of Scotland's most famous castles, located on an island at the point where three sea lochs meet.
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