With a population of around 1500 people (similar to a mid-size cruise ship) this pretty village of white-washed cottages nestles on the shores of Loch Broom. As the main settlement in Wester Ross, this is a bustling little place with lovely cafes, a great bookshop and a fantastic museum.
Carved out by the glaciers of the Ice Age, the town itself is surrounded by sea and mountains. Local pubs often have live music playing and restaurants make good use of the abundant seafood on offer.
Natural deepwater harbour
Tender to pontoon and reception marquee
Immediate access to village and excursion coach departure point