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Carradale

Carradale is one of Kintyre's many gems!  The village lies on the east coast of Kintyre and enjoys wonderful views over to Arran.  The village has a striving community with numerous activities going on from week to week.  There are a number of walks in the area too.

Carradale is a popular holiday village and busy fishing harbour. Carradale lies at the centre of a network of forest and coastal walks with varied wildlife including many species of birds, several types of deer, and the poisonous but timid adder. It has a safe, sandy beach, from which Carradale Point can be accessed, rich in flora, and home to Wild Goats.

A challenging 9-hole Golf Course in the village is well worth a try.

Carradale is a very suitable stopping off point for cyclists using the 'Sustrans' route, being roughly mid way between Campbeltown and Claonaig. This stretch of coast has a number of pleasant coves and beaches, easily accessed.Keep you eyes peeled - you may well see a basking shark off shore!

Shorehills, Carradale - NEW

Shorehills is a luxury newly built detached property in the small fishing village of Carradale. The house is elevated and boasts stunning sea views and the Isle of Arran. There is a large garden with wrap around decking so you can enjoy the views while listening to the waves lap on the shore below!

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Mingulay, Carradale

'Mingulay' is a delightful detached cottage in its own garden grounds in the hamlet of Portrigh, close to the beautiful fishing port of Carradale on the Kintyre peninsula. It is situated above an idyllic secluded beach with stunning views over the Kilbrannan Sound to Arran.

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Star Gazer Cottage, Carradale

Stargazer Cottage is located in the picturesque village of Carradale on the east side of the Kintyre Peninsula.  Walk to the vitrified fort, catch a glance of the elusive wild goats, cycle up the glen to the toothie stane, paddle along the mile of sand at the Bay and hop across the stepping stones on the river. Go fishing bird watching or just laze in front of the stove and gaze at the amazing constellations in the dark dark sky!
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