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A long and rich history
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Welcome to the Isle of Gigha

             ...a true island experience

 

Stunning Summer Sunset to the Paps of Jura from Gigha in Kintyre

 

Take the 20 minute ferry journey from Kintyre to the beautiful and welcoming Isle of Gigha.

Bluebells on Gigha at the Twin BeachesWelcome to the community-owned Isle of Gigha, the most southerly and one of the most beautiful of the Hebridean Islands. Seven miles long by a mile and a half wide, Gigha is situated three miles west of the Kintyre peninsular, less than three hours drive from the City of Glasgow.  Gigha is breathtaking - sandy beaches, clear green seas, a host of wildlife. There are also Achamore Gardens to explore. This website can only be an introduction to Gigha - you have to visit to appreciate its beauty and tranquility.

With the 3 star Gigha Hotel, self-catering cottages and many B&B options to choose from, Gigha offers the perfect getaway from it all break.  Since the community buyout in 2002 the islandBeautiful Bay on Gigha, Kintyre has gone from strength to strength with a growing population that is sustainably developing its local economy. 

      

With Wind Turbines that generate income for the local economy, a housing refurbishment programme that is providing high quality accommodation for residents, increasing local business activity and a forward looking Trust, with directors selected from the island, leading the way - Gigha really is moving forward.

We look forward to welcoming you to your true Island Experience....

 

Gigha Hotel, Argyll

    

 

 

 

   

 

 

Achamore Gardens
Rhodedendrons in Achamore Gardens
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Gigha Hotel Update
The Hotel is closed for the Winter until April 2015. However, still available are some Self Catering options, including the Steadings. Gigha's independent BBs also offer accommodation.
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