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  • VisitScotlandIntroVisitScotlandIntro Administrator
    You could give the Mallaig Circuit Walk a go, or pop down to the Heritage Centre by the railway station.

    It's been a while since I was there, but from what I remember just back from the harbour near the visitor centre there are a couple of cafes and pubs too. 
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  • DMWScotlandDMWScotland VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭✭
    Hi @Samantha_Grant, Camusdarach beach is beautiful too. It's just down the road (B8008) from Morar. There's a small car park just off the road and you can walk down to the beaches with views across to Skye and the Small Isles. Camusdarach and the area was a filming location for the movie Local Hero :). I love that area!
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  • TheChaoticScotTheChaoticScot Member ✭✭✭
    Hi Sam,

    If seafood is your thing, you have to pop into the Tea Garden in Mallaig for a pint of prawns  :) 



    Also, every time I've been in Mallaig harbour, I've spotted a cheeky seal so keep yours eyes open.

    Enjoy!

    Kay

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  • TheChaoticScotTheChaoticScot Member ✭✭✭
    It took me a while to come round to it too
    @Samantha_Grant - "it's just too fishy" was my standard war cry! I'm trying to convert my other half, and he did manage a mussel and a scallop on our recent trip. He still didn't like it though! ha ha  :D
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  • travelswithakilttravelswithakilt VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭
    Second the Camusdarach recommendation, beautiful spot. Arisaig is one of my favourite little west coast villages too down the road.
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  • DMWScotlandDMWScotland VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭✭
    That's a shame about the weather @Samantha_Grant. I love all the different coved beaches at Camusdarach and it's usually pretty empty :). I've enjoyed a few stunning sunsets there.

    The next time I'm in that area I'd love to explore the Small Isles. We also visited the pool in Mallaig with my children on a rainy day. They loved it and also the fish and chips after lol.

    I look forward to your blog about your trip :)
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  • LaineyfaefifeLaineyfaefife Member ✭✭
    next time we're in the area we're hoping to go for a ride along one of the beaches - there's a new trekking centre opened up and I follow them on facebook - so envious of all the happy folk I see in their photos!  Combining two of my favourite things - horses and Morar - is just way too tempting!
  • FishjaggerFishjagger Member ✭✭
    Western isles cruises is a fab wee local community boat that takes you over to Knoydart - amazing place and well worth the visit!
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