A hike up the hill is well worth the effort as the Tower commands superb views of Oban and nearby islands,
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This attraction has free parking and no entrance fee. Whilst the Tower doesn't take long to view, it does offer a great opportunity to take photographs of Oban and the nearby islands from a high viewpoint. It is entirely outdoors and there is a short...More
This ruin was never finished by the builder/designer. Views are beautiful. Definitely see. No charge to enter, nice walk - straight up!
McCaig's Tower is a prominent tower on Battery Hill overlooking the town of Oban in Argyll, Scotland. It is built of Bonawe granite taken from the quarries across Airds Bay, on Loch Etive, from Muckairn, with a circumference of about 200 metres with two-tiers of...More
Parking available in small (20 spaces?) car park at no cost. Steps from car park up to the monument, or access 75 yards away, via wheelchair friendly path. Good views toward Mull and over the whole of Oban Bay. 20 minute visit at best, but...More
It is probably just as well that it is difficult to find because the road to it, up narrow streets with hairpin bends through the new and old houses that make up the town, is hazardous and steep, with barely any decent paring when you...More
This tower is located on a hill in Oban, clearly visible from below. It is quite a climb to get there, there is free parking at the foot of it. The walk is strenuous but takes you through a lovely part of Oban with nice...More