Torr Mor

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The area of Knapdale is hilly and it is always worthwhile to climb a 'peak' as the view is quite stunning no matter which peak you decide to climb.

A local favorite is Torr Mohr in the village, it gives you splendid views of Tayvallich, the Sound of Jura and north towards Crinan. You can occasionally get an eye to eye experience with a low flying jet fighter or buzzard.

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The Tayvallich Inn

The Tayvallich Inn is a small pub and restaurant in the village of Tayvallich which is on the banks of Loch Sween, in a natural well protected harbour which provides stunning scenery and plenty of outdoor activities such as walking and hiking, mountain biking, sailing, fishing, kayaking and just the pleasure of been in one of the few unspoilt areas of the uk.

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Tayvallich Sports Court

Tayvallich is lucky to enjoy its own open –air all-weather sports court.
The court is situated with grounds owned by the Village Hall, and the project is owned and managed by the Hall Committee. It is in a beautiful setting, in the corner of Tayvallich Bay, and we had to get authority from the Crown Commissioners to extend one corner into the sea!

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Tayvallich Primary School

At the turn of the century there were three schools in the district; one was part of the Free Church at Carsaig, one was at Auchentenavil, and the third was at Ulva. From Tayvallich the children of Free Church families went to Carsaig and the others to Auchentenavil.

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Tayvallich Hall

Tayvallich Village Hall has been at the heart of village life for nearly a century. There’s an exciting programme of community events throughout the year, and the hall can also be hired for private functions.

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Tayvallich Bay

As you turn the corner, whether by road from the Lochgilphead direction, or by boat from Loch Sween, you are presented with a view which may well make you say "This is the place for me!"

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Millenium Cairn

Situated at the hall end of the village stands our Millennium Cairn.

This cairn was erected to commemorate the year 2000. The villagers of Tayvallich brought along their own stones, which were built into the structure by Mr Duncan McLullich (as pictured above). If you didn’t take a stone, you’re too late now!!

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Jura Sunset

Jura Sunset

One of the delights of a Summer evening is to walk over to Carsaig Bay and watch the sunset over Jura.

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Dounie

dounieAccess to Dounie can be gained on foot from the road, then track which leads North from Carsaig, and on to Crinan. There are some wonderful views to be had from this Forestry Commission track, and even a bench at the viewpoint Cnoc Na Faire to rest on.

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Carsaig Jetty

A place to sit and enjoy tranquility ! Also popular with children who enjoy fishing for crabs. Sometimes used as a landing point for dinghies from visiting yachts anchored nearby whilst members of crews visit the Inn or Tayvallich shop to replenish supplies (only 1 mile away).

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