About Port Charlotte:
Port Charlotte is a conservation area and the village is a key example of an early nineteenth century planned settlement.

Today the village offers many amenities : you can fish or go boating on pier, visit the Museum of Islay Life and the Natural History Centre, and eat out at Yan’s Kitchen or The Port Charlotte and Lochindaal Hotels. Port Mor, south of the village, offers teas, coffees and lunches as well as a good playground for children.


Some information about activities on Islay:
Activities available include golfing at the Machrie Hotel, Pony Trekking, Sea and Loch Fishing, visits to distilleries, Finlaggan (former Home of the Lord of the Isles) and Guided Tours given by the RSPB at the Gruinart Reserve.

Of particular note are “Feis Ile”, The Annual Whisky Festival, which usually takes place the last week of May and Cantilena Music Festival (first week of July), Jazz Festival in September, Walking Tours and so on.

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