Sailing from Luss you will cruise to one of our favourite destinations on Loch Lomond, Inchcailloch. This island is a very special place due to its natural and cultural heritage.
Getting to the island
Disembark at Port Bawn and walk along the boardwalk to the beautiful sandy beach at Port Bawn. This area has picnic tables and compostable toilet facilities.
With shallow water it is ideal for paddling for little ones.
Inchcailloch means “island of the old or cowled woman"
There are 3 well trodden walks on the island each taking between 30-40 minutes. Take a walk up to the ancient graveyard and church ruins.
The island is rich in wildlife, plantlife and flowers. You can spot deer, osprey, wildfowl and 'Dor beetles' little black beetles that are often seen on the pathways around the island.
Tarbet is a small village on the western shore of Loch Lomond, at the junction of the A82 and A83 and is surrounded by the Arrochar Alps.