This Web Site has been developed by the villagers of Tayvallich, and is the place to find out everything you need to know about the village, the area, and the people. We live on the West coast of Scotland and enjoy spectacular scenery. Our climate is governed by the Gulf Stream, and even palm trees flourish.
Tayvallich is a small fishing village on the shores of Loch Sween, in Argyll, and has a vibrant community.
A vital element of village life is tourism. The village is an ideal centre for your holiday, vacation or weekend break.
This site is divided into ten sections, each of which can be accessed from any page by clicking on one of the icons on the left of the page. The symbols represent Accommodation; Community; Sailing; a Virtual Tour; Local Artists; Food & Drink; Things to Do; Nearby and Heritage.
Whether you want to take a look at our village on the Argyll Coast (see Virtual Tour), whether you are interested in our local history (see Heritage), or whether you want to know what is going on right now (see Things to Do), you will find the answers in these pages.
Find out about Tayvallich and places of interest nearby including many prehistoric standing stones (see Nearby).
View from Torr MorrLike to come and visit? Find out about the accommodation on offer in and around the village. Whether a self-catering cottage, bed & breakfast, camping or caravanning, you can find a place in Tayvallich (see Accommodation).
Find out about the Village's award winning Seafood Pub and Restaurant (see Food & Drink), or plan your visit around one of our Village events (see Things to Do).
There are many forestry walks in and around the peninsula, and the Taynish Nature Reserve is only one place of many where you can observe our local wildlife (see Wildlife).
The village has an active Sailing Club, with 'round the can' races every Sunday during the season, and several other longer distance weekend races and cruises. Visitors are very welcome to come along to the club, especially at Regatta Weekend, where they race anything that floats (almost).