23 Feb Tarbert Castle
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Source: Maclean Photographic
Tarbert is a small fishing town on the main route down to Campeltown at the end of the Kintyre peninsula. Sitting high above the pretty harbour is the ruin of Tarbert Castle, one of the most important castles in Scotland at the time of Robert The Bruce and later in the reign of James IV.
Tarbert Castle is located on the southern shore of East Loch Tarbert at the north end of the Kintyre peninsula. Tarbert Castle was a strategic royal stronghold during the Middle Ages. It overlooks the harbour and although pre 14th century in construction, the tower dates back to 1494 and the visit of James IV to the Western Highlands.
The castle is now a ruin with just the remains of the tower still standing but you can still see the outlines of the building and curtain walls that made this such a strong fortress….
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