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Heart Of Argyll Explore Kintyre Scotland

Welcome to Tarbert Harbour

One of Scotland's most beautiful sheltered harbours at the heart of a traditional fishing village - Lat. 55o 52' N - Long. 5o 24.5'W

SPECIAL PROMOTIONAL OFFER: STAY MORE THAN ONE NIGHT AND GET YOUR FINAL NIGHT HALF PRICE

Tarbert Harbour on a beautiful sunny day

East Loch Tarbert lies on the west side of lower Loch Fyne, directly opposite is Portavadie on the east side. Loch Fyne is the longest sea loch in Scotland, some 40 miles in length and with depths up to 590 feet it is also the deepest.

A real yachtsman's paradise, the harbour forms a natural amphitheatre with an easily navigable  entrance opening onto Loch Fyne. Its eastern boundary is a line between Garbhaird point and Rubha Loisgte.

The harbour is accessible at all states of tide and is one of Scotland’s most sheltered and safe harbours, making it an excellent place to either visit or to berth your vessel long-term. 

As well as very attractive prices the services include individual berths, electricity, water, free showers and Wi-Fi.

The harbour is situated at the heart of a traditional Scottish fishing village with many welcoming shops, hotels, restaurants and pubs for yachtsman to enjoy.

Tarbert is the perfect base from which to explore beautiful, historic Argyll and, by ferry, the picturesque islands of Arran, Gigha, Islay, Jura, Mull, Iona and the Cowal peninsula.

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