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Welcome to Tighnabruaich!

Tighnabruaich was voted in 2002 the prettiest village in Argyll, Lomond and Stirlingshire.

Tighnabruaich sits on the shores of the beautiful Kyles of Bute.  A popular location for sailing and yachting, shinty is also popular locally, with the town being home to Kyles Athletic, who have won the prestigious Camanachd Cup on numerous occasions.

Tighnabruaich is also one of the most popular locations for trips aboard the Paddle Steamer Waverley, the world’s only remaining sea-going paddle steamer.  Come to Tighnabruaich to be charmed by this very beautiful part of Scotland.

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  • Paddle Steamer Waverley Paddle Steamer Waverley

    Launched in 1946, the Waverley is the world's last ocean-going paddle steamer. Tighnabruaich is one of the favourite stops for the Waverley, which offers fantastic day excursions from Glasgow to a number of great Clyde destinations, including Rothesay, Dunoon, Brodick, Largs and sailings around Ailsa Craig and the Mull of Kintyre.

  • The Kyles of Bute The Kyles of Bute

    The Kyles of Bute are beautiful, narrow sea straights stretching from the West Kyles at Tighnabruaich, round the head of the Isle of Bute past secluded Loch Ruel and Loch Riddon, to the East Kyles at Rothesay Bay. The world famous Paddle Steamer Waverley sails round the Kyles, on what is a wonderful family day out.

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