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Campbeltown is situated on the Kintyre peninsula by Campbeltown Loch. Its name comes from Archibald Campbell, the Earle of Argyle, who was granted the site in 1667 – although the area was settled long before this, known initially as Kinlochkilkerran.

From its location on the famous Mull of Kintyre (made into something of an icon by Paul McCartney’s 1977 pop hit) to its busy fishing ports, the town has many things to offer. The area is historically prominent for its whisky-making; one of the five areas in Scotland distinguished as a malt whisky producing region (and once lauded as ‘the whisky capital of the world’), Campbeltown remains a protected locality for Scotch whisky distilling. The town is also home to several Category A listed buildings, including a museum of prehistoric items excavated from around Kintyre and a functioning picture house, believed to be the oldest purpose-built cinema in Scotland.

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