“A wonderful resource for the area and full of interest.”
Our volunteer staff are very knowledgeable and can give general advice on the best places for outdoor activities, including local walks and wildlife, or places to visit with a historical connection.
And if you can resist the other delights of our shop, you’ll find it also sells useful walking leaflets and local maps, as well as a marine chart for Arisaig bay.
If you’re looking for things to do in and around Arisaig, pop in for local information on the following:
– TRAVEL INFORMATION
– ACCOMMODATION ADVICE
– LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
– OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
– WALKING GUIDES
– LOCAL BOAT TRIPS
– LOCAL HISTORY
Why not visit...
Larachmhor Gardens, a 28-acre wild woodland garden on the edge of Arisaig with an extraordinary collection of rhododendrons. Visit in spring and early summer for a spectacle of colour. A booklet about the garden and its history can be purchased in the Land, Sea & Islands Centre.
Arisaig Highland Games traditional and great fun, our annual games take place on the last Wednesday in July, but the dancing usually gets going the day before.
Astley Hall, music and events all year round and a popular wedding venue.
The memorial to Czech and Slovak soldiers who trained on the hills and moors around Arisaig during the Second World War.
For local events in the wider area and for details of accommodation visit The Road to the Isles.
Regular daily MV Sheerwater sailings from Arisaig to the Small Isles (Eigg, Muck and Rum) have started for the 2019 season, and depart at 11:00 each morning, weather permitting. Booking is advisable. http://www.arisaig.co.uk