By Cycle Or Car: Travel north from Muasdale or Tayinloan on the A83 to Ronachan
Ronachan, which means "place of the seals" is a convenient stopping off point where you can frequently see seals basking on rocks close to the shore.
Adequate and free car parking on the left hand side as you head north is available, with a short walk of less than 100 yards down to the shore side.
At this point, and on the drive up hill you are presented with stunning and uninterrupted views over to Gigha and the dominant Paps of Jura beyond.
Just south of here on the east side of the road is a dirt track that leads up to the Ballochroy standing stones which look fantastic against a setting sun.
Rhunahaorine Peninsula is a winter feeding area for large numbers of geese and can be accessed along the coast from here several miles away or from Point Sands Holiday Park.
In May 1647 there was a battle at Ronachan where General David Leslie defeated the MacDonald forces. Largie Castle was razed, and the already mentioned massacre at Dunaverty followed.
Walk - walk along beaches and coastline
Seals - watch and photograph seals basking on rocks in the sun
Ronachan Silks - silk making
Standing Stones - three standing stones and burial cist
Geese - winter feeding by large numbers of geese further south
The next destination on the trail (in a clockwise direction) is Clachan.