See & Do Arisaig
Arisaig has so much to see and do. Spend a day on the famous Camusdarach beach which has a spectacular Island backdrop. Enjoy a spot of golf at Traigh's 9 hole golf course which boasts the most idylic backdrop for a game of golf in the world!
Beautiful coastal walks and bike rides. Kayak and canoing adventures, chartered boat trips, archery and lots more. A spot of lunch or an evening meal at the Marina Cafe, Crofters Rest - Arisaig Hotel, Old Library or surrounded by the beautful walled gardens at Arisaig House.
Land Sea & Island Centre - You can find out about the area’s amazing marine and wildlife, and explore some of Arisaig’s surprising historical connections. Our collection of objects and photos has been growing since 1999 when Arisaig’s former smiddy first opened to the public. The blacksmith’s original forge and bellows are still here, but the building where he worked has been completely refurbished and modernised. Today it’s a warm, light sanctuary where you can linger for as long as you like.Our exhibitions have grown too and now cover a surprising range of subjects: from crofting, fishing and knitting to wartime espionage training! We also have selection of books and gifts available. It's FREE admission (we do have a donation box should you wish to support us)
Larachmor Gardens a 28-acre wild woodland garden on the edge of Arisaig with an extraordinary collection of rhododendrons. Visit all year round for seasonal colours and changes.
Arisaig Highland Games - Wednesday 25th July 2018. The venue is the scenic location of Traigh Farm, Arisaig with sweeping views across sandy beaches towards the Cuillins of Skye & the Small Isles of Eigg and Rhum. The Games features a full list of traditional events including solo piping, throwing the hammer, tossing the caber, highland dancing, and a range of track and field events including children’s races. It begins with a ceremonial parade, led by the Lochaber Schools Pipe Band. The focus then will switche to Traigh with the Games being officially opened by Ranald, 24th Captain of Clan Ranald. A variety of side shows, exhibition tents, trade stalls and refreshment stands line the perimeter of the field.
Admission charges apply. A fun day out for all the family.
Second World War Memorial - The memorial to Czech and Slovak soldiers who trained on the hills and moors around Arisaig during the Second World War is located in Arisaig village.