Morar’s location makes it a fantastic hub for exploring the western edge of Scotland. Despite its rural setting, Morar has excellent ferry links to the Hebridean Isles and the regular train service to the tourist town of Fort William means you can venture as far afield as you like.
With the rolling countryside on Morar’s doorstep, there is a lot for visitors to do in the area. Whether you like walking, shopping, exploring or are looking for something sporty to do, there is something nearby!
Located just 40 minutes from Fort William, the outdoor capital of Scotland, there are plenty of activities readily available close by throughout the year.
Due to the wonderful location of Morar, lots of wildlife can be easily spotted throughout the year. When the fishing boats arrive back at the docks, locals can usually see families of seals cheekily looking for some fishy treats from the fisherman landing their catch.
Local boat safari’s in the area offer visitors the chance to spot dolphins in their natural habitat as well as seals on the beaches.