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Welcome to Campbeltown Airport

Famous for single malt whisky and the annual Mull of Kintyre Music Festival

Campbeltown airport is the airport for the area and is situated about three miles from the Town of Campbeltown. It is located on the west coast of Scotland and offers breath-taking scenery.

The town of Campbeltown has beautiful views looking out over the famous Campbeltown Loch towards the Island of Davaar. The town is known for a number local products including Springbank Whisky, Campbeltown Cheese and many more locally-produced crafts and goodies.

Kintyre Golf
Kintyre is home to four superb challenging, yet unique, golf courses and boasts some of the best courses in Scotland. From the wonderful opening hole to the small nine hole course, you will not be disappointed with your experience of Kintyre Golf.

Machrihanish Golf Club
Machrihanish Golf Club is situated on the Kintyre Peninsula very close to Campbeltown airport. The superior natural 18 hole golf course is well known throughout the world, voted to have “the best opening hole in golf” by golf architects and players and listed in the top 100 golf courses outside the USA by the Golfer’s Digest.

There is also a nine hole golf course with a Ladies Clubhouse and 2 practice areas. The course presents a spectacular opening hole, large sandy bunkers, neat fairways, tough rough and greens of the highest standard.

Little has been changed to disturb the natural scenic beauty and inspiring challenge of the delightful 18 hole links golf course. The outward nine follow the hills and hollows among the sand dunes, with the stunning clear waters lapping on the sandy beach by the opening hole. Please visit www.machgolf.com

Machrihanish Dunes
Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club is the first golf club to have been built on a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSi) since the days of “Old Tom” and it is the first 18-hole links course to be built on the west coast of Sctoland in 100 years.  It has six greens and five tees at the ocean’s edge and shares breaktaking views with the adjacent Machrihanish Golf Club links. Please visitwww.machrihanishdunes.com

Dunaverty
Dunaverty is a stunning scenic undulating Scottish links course offering great views of Ireland and the Mull of Kintyre. Known for its small well-maintained greens, Dunaverty is a both a pleasure and a privilege. Dunaverty Golf Club offers the visitor a very entertaining and enjoyable round of golf.

Dunaverty Golf Club is situated by the village of Southend in a glorious setting on the south coast of the Kintyre peninsula.

The course is a fine Par 66 18 hole natural links extending to 4,799 yards. High and low handicappers alike will enjoy its testing layout, the springy turf on the undulating fairways and arguably one of the finest set of greens in Scotland.

Spectacular views over the landscape, Sanda Island to the south, Ailsa Craig and Ayrshire to the east and Northern Ireland to the south west, will add to the golfer’s enjoyment of this challenging and exceptionally well maintained course. For more information:www.dunavertygolfclub.com.

Carradale
Carradale Golf Club, founded in 1906, is regarded by many as one of the Golf Course gems in Scotland yet fairly unknown.

It is located on the east coast of the Kintyre peninsula with panoramic views across the Kilbrannan Sound towards the Isle of Arran. Although only a 9 hole course, each one has its own feature and is very popular with the local and visiting players. For more information:www.carradalegolfclub.co.uk.

Tarbert
Tarbert Golf Club is a short yet stunning moor land nine hole course, with well-maintained undulating fairways and even better greens. Tarbert is particularly picturesque in parts with a number of holes serving up views of the local countryside, including West Loch Tarbert. For more information: www.kintyregolf.com.

And there is a lot more on offer too…..
The scenery around Kintyre is one of the best in Scotland with views looking out to Ireland, Islay, Jura, Arran and the Ayrshire coast. This can be taken in if you decide to walk the Kintyre Way, or to visit the Seabird and Wildlife Observatory. Also available on the peninsula are horse riding, surfing clay pigeon shooting, diving and fishing to name but a few, and of course great eating and shopping – information on this can be found in the local directory atwww.visitkintyre.info