Adventure on a journey
As you will have seen there is plenty to see and do staying put but if you fancy a day further out or want to make Portsonchan a staging post on your travels, we've outline below a journey to and from us.
STARTING FROM AYRE
If you have started your journey further down the West Coast, Ayre is a stunning seaside town to visit
VIA A77 & M77
STARTING FROM GLASGOW
If you are staring your journey from iconic city
STARTING FROM EDINBURGH
If you are staring your journey from this vibrant city
Bustling, characterful town with an amazing medieval castle
Historic heartland of the Scottish shipbuilding industry nestled on the banks of the River Clyde
TO LOCH LOMAND
You won't find a bigger loch or lake in the whole of Britain and it's stunning
AND TROSSACHS NATIONAL PARK
This is a romantic area of sparkling lochs, crumpled hills, wildlife. sleepy forests and welcoming villages east of Loch Lomond
On the western shore of Loch Fynn with a magnificent castle
VIA A19 & B840
WELCOME TO PORTSONACHAN
You have arrived in Dalmally and we are ready and waiting to welcome you !
Known as the seafood capital of Scotland and gateway to the Hebredian Isles
Recently voted as Scotland's most romantic glen, it is also arguably the most historic
POP OVER TO THE ISLE OF MULL
TO FORT WILLIAM
This is a town lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, known as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ .
CARRY ON TO LOCH EIL
This is a beautiful sea loch and adventure playground teeming with wildlife
On 'the road to the isles' it's a great port to explore and a gateway to the Isle of Skye
CROSS OVER TO THE ISLE OF SKYE
Explore this stunning island starting at Advasar and on return, go via the
BRIDGE OF SKYE
TO KYLE OF LOCHALSH
Halfway between two of Scotland's finest mountain ranges – Skye's Cuillins to the west and the five sisters of Kintail to the east
VIA A87 / A82
TO LOCH NESS
Carved by glaciers in the last ice age, this beautiful loch is the largest freshwater lake in Britain, stunning with or without monsters!
VIA A87 / A82
On the south of the Highlands, on the banks of the River Ness.
Crowned by a pink castle and lavishly decorated with flowers, Inverness is a thriving city with a rich variety of places to visit and things to do
VIA SCENIC WEST COAST
OR CARRY ON YOUR JOURNEY
All the way up to John O Groates and back to down to Glasgow