1. Castle Tioram
Location: Loch Moidart | Age:13th century | Clan: MacDonald
Sitting on a small tidal island in Loch Moidart, you’ve got to admit that it’s set in one of Scotland’s most spectacular vistas. The Castle ruins can only be accessed on foot during low tide or via the water by canoeing or sea kayaking up to it. Castle Tioram once boasted an incredibly strategic position, controlling access to Loch Shiel. Castle Tioram is in a complete state of ruin and entry to the castle is strictly forbidden.
We’ll paddle past Castle Tioram on our Atlantic Coast sea kayaking trip.