Use the links further down this page to go to each individual attraction's website.
Islay is the southern most of the Inner Hebrides, is known as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’ and is around 20 miles wide by 25 miles long with over 130 miles of unspoilt coastline. The islands landscape is made up of lochs, moors, sandy beaches, wild and rocky cliffs, all of which give some truly stunning scenery.
Islay and what to do while you are here.
Use the links below to find out more about Islay's attractions.
(Go to the Whisky page for distillery website links)
General - Islay Natural History Trust
Golf - Islay Golf Club
Fishing - On Islay
Shooting/Hunting - Arranged hunting and shooting
Walking - On Islay
Surfing - Islay Beaches
Bowling - Bridgend/Port Ellen
Swimming - McTaggart Leisure Centre