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One of Argyll’s largest islands, Jura offers a unique diversity whatever your desires.

Neighbouring the larger island of Islay, Jura is accessible by foot and by car via a regular five-minute minute ferry crossing. Foot passengers can call upon the Jura Bus Service for travel into the island’s main village of Craighouse and beyond.
Ideal for day-trippers and holidaymakers, the island has many attractions including a distillery and a play park for the children. For the more energetic, Jura offers challenging coastal and hill walking routes, uninterrupted vistas and a sense of remoteness and escape.
Famous for its red deer population, Jura offers much to the wildlife enthusiast. The single, mostly coastal, road running almost the entire length of the island supports bird and animal habitats as well as marine wildlife.
Rich in history and heritage, Jura has something for everyone: clean, safe beaches, challenging walking, unbounded vistas, superb wildlife, a great welcome and good food – Jura has it all! Join us and see how hard you find it to leave.


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