Port Askaig (Islay) – Feolin (Jura)
Operator contact details: Argyll and Bute Council, Tel: 01496 840681
Originally established in 1810, Jura Distillery was reborn in 1963 and with it a local community was revived. Visitors are welcomed all year round, but please book in advance if you would like to to join a tour.
The magical Isle of Jura is famous for deer, whisky, wilderness and warm hospitality, and the Jura Hotel is the perfect basecamp from which to explore the island. From the peaceful village of Craighouse, the Jura Hotel has breathtaking views across the water and is metres from the world-famous Jura Distillery.
Ice cream cafe on Isle of jura serving breakfast from 8 every morning. Home made lunches and specials every day. Homemade cakes and biscuits, ice creams.
Go island hopping, walk in the wilderness, breathe pure air, watch magnificent sunsets and see starry skies that will take your breath away. You’ll also discover incredible wildlife, a rich Highland history and fabulous local food. Dine on the freshest seafood and savour some of the world’s most famous Scotch whiskies.
Our small friendly group tour will take you where the guide books never venture. Alex, the driver and guide, will have you enthralled with his laugh-out-loud stories and vast local knowledge of both local history and culture. Robert, who operates Jura Explorer, will allow you to see a totally different aspect of Jura from the water with the added opportunity to see some of the marine wildlife we share our island with.
Jura Guided offers guided walks and adventures on the Isle of Jura for anyone wanting to get deeper into this magical island – with an islander as your guide…
Jura Bike Hire
Contact Stuart at Sarussell101@icloud.com – 07562 762382