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Sports & Activities in Argyll - Loch Shuna Lodges Luxury Log Cabins in Argyll

Sports & Activities in Argyll

Craobh Water Sports

Learn to sail with an RYA-approved school in a beautiful part of Scotland. RYA dinghy and powerboat courses. Launching facilities and small boat moorings are available for rent. We have a cafe on site, plus a picnic area by the waters’ edge. Sit on top Kayaks are also available for hire, and we run fishing trips.


Hebridean Pursuits

Well established in the outdoor adventures field, Hebridean Pursuits holds a comprehensive AALA licence to work with young people under the age of 18 on the Hebrides and West Coast of Scotland and in particular the islands of Mull, Tiree, Rum and the Outer isles.


Lunga Riding Stables

1 and 2 hour treks are along forest tracks or by the shore with opportunities for photo stops, using your choice of English or Western tack.  Children are welcome at the stables from 4+ years with a ride around the outdoor arena, half hour lead rein rides along local tracks, individual and group lessons and a Saturday Club for those who want to learn about riding and horse care.


Seafreedom Kayak

Seafreedom is a mobile sea kayak resource based near Oban on the West Coast of Scotland We provide sea kayak instruction, coaching, guided day trips, tours and rental.



Outdoor Adventure Pursuits in Scotland; Quad biking, clay shooting and archery

If you feel the need to be revitalised and have some outdoor fun, we offer you a fantastic experience at Quadmania. With over 2,000 acres to play on we guarantee an exhilarating outdoor adventure in Scotland at any time of the year. Choose from quad bikingarchery andclay shooting or try more challenging adventure pursuits; gorge walking, mountain biking, rock climbing, abseiling, kayaking and sailing. Quadmania is just over an hour by car from Glasgow yet situated in the dramatically beautiful, unspoiled Cowal Peninsula in Argyll.