Arisaig is Britain's most westerly mainland station.
A summer ferry service sails daily from the marina to the Small Islands of Eigg, Rum and Muck. There is a hotel with restaurant/bar, a shop, a post office and a cafe in the village.
Arisaig stands at the edge of Loch nan Ceall (Church Loch). There are many off-shore islands which provide great seal and birdwatching opportunities. The westward sea views from the shore to the Small Isles of Rhum, Muck, and Eigg are among the best in Scotland, especially when viewed against the spectacular sunsets which are a regular feature of the west coast of Scotland.
Arisaig Bay looking over to the mountains of Rum with the Island of Eigg on the left.