Cul na Shee is a tranquil place sitting in its own minute bay backed by steep woods with just the sea and Arran to look at across the Kilbrannan Sound. Less than a mile away on the east Kintyre road towards Carradale lies the tiny hamlet of Saddell. From here you can take a short walk to the beautiful ruin of Saddell Abbey.
Follow the The Kintyre Way around the stunning peninsula and enjoy exploring its wealth of hidden coves, deserted beaches and fishing communities offering local produce.
Wildlife enthusiasts can experience the superb bird watching facilities at The Machrihanish Seabird & Wildlife Observatory or take a boat trip around the islands of Sanda, Ailsa Craig and the Mull of Kintyre to see puffins, seals and other exciting forms of sealife.
Golfers will enjoy the fine choice of golf courses around Kintyre, claimed to be some of the best in Scotland.
Take a look at our Pinterest map for more ideas of things to do and see during your stay at Cul na Shee.
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