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Leisure Activities on Bute

Golfing on the Isle of Bute.

The Isle of Bute caters for a wide variety of interests and activities and there is no shortage of opportunities to pursue your existing passions, or to try something completely new.

Golf

Naturally, golf is universally popular and there are three golf courses on the island; at Rothesay, Port Bannatyne and Kingarth. In fact, Rothesay Golf Club is conveniently close to Eastlands Park, and benefits from the dramatic backdrop of the Firth of Clyde and the Kyles of Bute.

Sailing and Watersports

Sailing on the Isle of Bute.

Being an island, there is complete access to the sea, and sailors, kayakers, and windsurfers are almost guaranteed to find an ideal location somewhere round Bute any day of the year. Circumnavigating the island is an enjoyable challenge for sailors and there is easy access to the Clyde's sea lochs and beyond to the west of Scotland.

A choice of berthing is available at Rothesay Harbour and Port Bannatyne Marina.

Fishing on the Isle of Bute.

Fishing

Bute's inland freshwater lochs are popular with anglers for coarse and game fishing and Loch Fad is highly-regarded as a haven for keen fishermen, with boat and bank fishing available – and the chance of a record catch. And for those with a passion for sea angling, with living on an island you are spoiled for choice!

Walking on the Isle of Bute.

Walking and Cycling

The quiet roads, pathways and gentle landscape of the island make Bute a delight for walkers and cyclists of all abilities. And, thanks to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code, for those who wish to find their own routes, the island is yours to explore. Bute also has the West Island Way, thirty miles of waymarked moorland, forest and coastal track.

Horse Riding on the Isle of Bute.

Horse Riding

For the equestrian-minded there are stables immediately behind Eastlands Park, and there is also a horse riding centre at Kingarth, which caters for riders of all ages and abilities. Offering riding tuition and hacks along coastal, moorland and hill routes.

Bute – the great all-rounder

Whether your interests are active, or you prefer more leisurely pastimes, the isle of Bute is well-placed to cater for them.