If you want to explore more of the Atlantic Islands after your trip to Seil Island, then hop onto the small ferry from Cuan over the Cuan Sound to the Isle of Luing. The Isle of Luing is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and has incredible natural beauty of beaches and greenery.
The island is just six miles long and 1.5 miles wide, so you can easily explore the island by foot or by bike. Most of the islanders live in the village of Cullipool, which has shops and places to eat.
One of the biggest attractions on the Isle of Luing is the Atlantic Islands Centre. The centre boasts a busy events programme with plenty to see and do. As well the events on offer, the Luing History Group offer local history exhibitions and information about the surrounding area. The Atlantic Islands Centre also offers a bar and restaurant as well as a shop where you can buy local crafts and even cakes made by the Isle of Luing Bakers.
If you want to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of Isle of Luing for even longer, there is a B&B on the island and several self-catering holiday cottages too.