Campervan hire Scotland – Argyll’s Secret CoastPosted on: April 27, 2016
The Seafood Experience on Argyll’s Secret Coast in a campervan hire Scotland.
You’ll find some of the finest seafood in the world in Scotland. The secret is the cold, pristine waters, which offer up a huge variety of top quality fish and shellfish, including oysters, mussels, langoustines, scallops, crab, mackerel, haddock, herring and more. We export hundreds of tonnes of each year, but the best way to enjoy this bounty is at the source, fresh from the local pier to your plate and prepared simply, to let nature’s taste shine through.
Take a gastronomic journey in a campervan hire Scotland through some of the world’s most breath taking scenery, from coastline to mountain range, from mainland to island, experiencing Scotland’s rich history and culture. You’ll see castles, primeval stone circles, charming fishing villages and inspiring landscapes along the way. See the day’s catch being brought in by fisherman and meet the interesting folks that dedicate their lives to the mantra ‘fresh is best.’
There is a lot of ground to cover in Scotland seafood wise, so we’ll break it up into three superb trails that you can explore in a campervan hire Scotland, starting this week with “Argyll’s Secret Coast” where you can dine in elegant restaurants and traditional tartan pubs, and even prepare freshly caught delights in your luxury motorhome rental. (Although you are exploring the coast in your campervan hire Scotland, to avoid disappointment, we suggest booking all touring parks, ferries and for dinner, restaurants in advance.)
From Edinburgh, drive through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, in your campervan hire Scotland, to the Loch Fyne Oyster Bar or Creggans Inn for lunch. At Loch Fyne, enjoy award winning fare, such as oysters and mussels that come straight from the crystal clear waters of the loch whose name it bears. Visit the smokehouse and deli to stock up on supplies. Creggans Inn down the road, also on Loch Fyne, is a historic inn serving up the abundance of the loch, such as hand dived scallops and pan fried cod.
Continue to the Tighnabruaich area for the night in your campervan hire Scotland. Stop at Castle Lachlan in Strachur for a trip back in time. By now, the serenity and beauty of Argyll’s Secret Coast in Scotland should well and truly be casting its spell on you as you leave the worries of the world behind. Enjoy a delicious seafood platter at the friendly Royal an Lochan Hotel in Tighnabruaich overlooking the water and a picture perfect sunset for your first night in Scotland…. that’s the ticket!
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