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Food Journeys through Argyll

When you visit Argyll and the Isles, slow down and make the journey part of your holiday and you’ll see so much more.

Travel by land or sea, bike or boat, ferry or seaplane and take a journey of discovery through the region.

If you travel these routes you’ll experience how close the land of Argyll is to the sea and how close the food is to your plate. Talk to the folk you meet along the way and they’ll be able to tell you about the food, its provenance and perhaps even the fishermen who caught it! Argyll folk can be reticent to talk about themselves, but they’re proud of their region and are generally happy, once asked, to tell you all about it.
 
The Cowal Food Journey
The Cowal Food Journey
1 day to 3 days
For anyone who is passionate about food, Cowal offers the best of fresh, local produce. The sea lochs provide seafood caught daily and there's high-quality game and...
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Two or four day trip for seafood lovers.
Two or four day trip for seafood lovers.
2 to 4 days
Finding your way to the best of Argyll’s food can involve a bit or travelling, but the landscape through which you pass is part of what makes the food so special....
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