Visit Loch Lomond

Visit Loch Lomond

Why not venture a bit further afield to Loch Lomond which is only a 30 minute drive away? The spellbinding loch runs through the heart of the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, which is encompassed by delightful villages, stunning countryside, impressive peaks and some seriously awesome activities! Have a read below to discover just a snapshot of what’s on offer.

Cruise Loch Lomond Boat Tours & Watersports
Loch Lomond’s shoreline stretches for 153 km, so with numerous small islands dotted around within the loch, you could explore with Cruise Loch Lomond who run dedicated cruises from various departure points around the Loch. Tarbet on the western shore offers the perfect starting point for exploring the sensational fjord northern part of the Loch. The tour-guided cruises give you access to the inaccessible on the eastern shore, enabling you to peacefully explore all the Loch has to offer.

Balloch Castle Country Park
Loch Lomond’s beautiful country park offers a bird’s eye view across the Loch’s pristine waters, and sprawls across 200 acres of picturesque lawns, ornamental woodlands, a walled garden with gorgeous flowers and plants, nature pathways and guided walks. It’s a great place for a picnic, with picnic tables scattered around.

Loch Lomond Seaplanes
For a tour with a difference and a truly unforgettable experience, get onboard a seaplane from the shores of Loch Lomond ! A first class seat and view awaits you to create lifelong memories. Travel to remote areas of the astounding National Park and Scottish West Coast which can only be seen by air tour. Taking off and landing on water is a unique experience and not to be missed!

4×4 Adventures Scotland, Luss
Try this thrilling off-road adventure in an exciting Land Rover Defender or Discovery as you tackle demanding, rugged, steep terrain high on the Scottish hills around Loch Lomond with magnificent views. Professional and friendly guides are on hand with intriguing information on the area. So whether you’re after a gentle walk in the Park, a high-flying adventure by air or on terra firma, or a water based caper, Loch Lomond is the day trip you must not miss.

Loch Lomond Shores
It wouldn’t be the same if we didn’t have some retail opportunities in this place of beauty! If you like your shopping then look no further than this elegant lochside mall. Jenners department store with premium clothing is here – alongside upmarket boutiques offering beauty, homeware and gift options. You’ll also find restaurants, cafes and a kids’ play area with Themed Weeks for families throughout the summer. Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium is also here!

Maid of The Loch
Visit Maid of the Loch – Loch Lomond’s paddle steamer, built in 1953, is moored in Balloch. A popular tourist attraction – you can climb on board and enjoy drinks, snacks and delicious home baking in the striking art deco inspired interior against the backdrop of the stunning loch. A fabulous day out for everyone!

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