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Activities and Community

There is so much to do and see in Kintyre​ that you will have to visit more often. You can either book your activity as a private group or person, or you could organise it as an event which is open to the local community. Invite the locals to participate at whatever you would like to do! 

Our favourite customer is full of extravagant ideas combined with lots of creativity. He or she would perhaps like to combine the beautiful landscape of Kintyre with it's music and art, make use of horse and cart rides, and actualize scenes that can only happen here and then. 

Holidays in Scotland


  • Surfing

  • Kayak

  • Canoe

  • Fishing

  • Hunting

  • Wellie-stomping

  • Bonfire nights

 Outdoor and Nature


  • Horse and cart transport

  • Geocashing and treasure hunts

  • Meet Puck in the woods

  • Village football match 

  • Golf

  • Local history discovery tours

  • Bird watching

  • Horse riding 

  • Boat trips and whale watching

  • Mini Highland Games

Hike the Kintyre Way

                              The Kintyre Way

  • 100 Miles (161km) covering the length of the unexplored Kintyre Peninsular.

  • 7 individual sections over 4 to 7 days or can be walked individually.

  • Serious hiking to gentle rambles on a fully waymarked and graded route.

  • An abundance of wildlife including Golden Eagles, Basking Sharks & Whales.

  • Famous ‘Mull of Kintyre’

  • Abundance of accommodation from Wild Camping, YHA to Hotels & B&B’s.

  • One of 6 of the ‘Argyll & Isled Great Trails’ routes.

Holidays in Kintyre/Scotland



  • Massage

  • Colour Puncture

  • Aromatherapy

  • Reiki

  • Yoga

  • Detoxing

Holidays in Scotland




  • Children's parties, theme parties, circus skills

  • Face Painting​

  • Ceilidh dance tuition

  • Storytelling

  • Fire Juggling

  • Medieval Jesting

Holidays in Scotland


  • Music workshops

  • Children's theatre workshop

  • Local youth activities

  • Watercolour and oil painting

  • Aromatherapy candle making

  • Learn Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement)

  • Green wood working

  • Shellfish picking

  • Ceilidh dance

  • Scottish literature

  • Ghost hunting

  • Children's Entertainment





Music is an important ingredient of any event. Spice it up with sound. Hire musicians or musical instruments, play or listen.

Contact us for demos and quotes.

  • Gaelic music

  • Songwriters and Storytellers

  • Rock music

  • Blues and Boogie

  • Chamber music

  • Traditional ceilidh music

  • Ceilidh dance instruction


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