Tarbert Loch Fyne

Tarbert Loch Fyne 

Welcome to TarbertOnline.com the business directory for Tarbert Loch Fyne.  If you’re visiting the area you’ll find information on local shops, restaurants and hotels, or if you live here (or are thinking on moving here) you’ll find the contact details for some of the village’s most popular businesses.

Tarbert is steeped in history but it is also a vibrant and forward-looking village.  There are many festivals and events held here throughout the year, visit our festivals page for more information and dates for your diary.  The village is easily accessible with excellent ferry links from Arran and Portavadie joining Kintyre to Cowal, Ayrshire and beyond.  There is also a very good bus service connecting Tarbert to Glasgow, but if you want to arrive in style you can fly into Kintyre, to Machrihanish Airport.

One thing Tarbert has always thrived on is its superb seafood, with the legendary Tarbert fishing fleet bringing some of the best fish and shellfish in the world.  Today the fishing industry and harbour still at the heart of the community and, in the many restaurants and bars, you are spoilt for choice – what you can be assured of is that the seafood served is fresh!

Tarbert is the perfect place for your holiday.  We have some beautiful walks from short walks to Bruce’s Castle which stands guard over the village, Tarbert is also the starting point for the Kintyre Way, the 66 mile trail which runs down the whole of the Kintyre peninsula.  If you’re a keen photographer you will find all sorts of inspiration.  From the fishing boats and yachts in the harbour and marina to the stunning landscape which surrounds you.  Or for the more adventurous why not try some canoeing or kayaking, either in the confines of the harbour or a bit further and discover some secret coves.  It is also a great holiday base as from here you can travel to some of Scotland’s best know islands, each with their own heritage and culture, all in a day trip.

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