Things to see and do - Oban
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Oban Travel guide
Oban : Michelin's recommendations
Oban is a busy tourist and commercial town serving the hinterland and islands; a far cry from 1773 when Dr Johnson visited and had to content himself with "a tolerable inn". Oban owes its development to the railways and steamboats, hence its predominantly Victorian townscape.
Tourist attractions Oban : Things to see and do
Southern Promenade GB - Barcaldine PE36 5BH
This original centre shows the living creatures of the marine world. Visitors should walk around, above and below the aquariums to observe their inhabitants. Particularly interesting are the aquarium with sea urchins, starfish and crabs, the exhibiti..
Railway Pier GB - Oban PA34 4LW
McCaig's Tower (1897), a replica of the Coliseum, is the outstanding landmark in Oban. It was built by an Oban banker as a family memorial to relieve unemployment but was never finished.
41 Stevenson Street GB - Oban PA34 5NA
Prix Prices from : 90 £
Situated less than 10 minutes’ walk from Oban’s famous McCaig’s Tower, The Ranald Hotel is set in the heart of Oban town centre and just off the main esplanade. Free Wi-Fi, an en suite shower room and a flat-screen TV are featured in each room at Th..
Station Square GB - Oban PA34 5RT
Prix Prices from : 45 £
Built in the late 1800s and previously used as Royal Navy base during the Second World War, The Caledonian Hotel is an iconic, historic building on Oban's seafront. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Oban Railway Station and a 20-minute drive from the..
George Street GB - Oban PA34 5NX
With a traditional bar and restaurant, Rowantree Hotel offers cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi. Situated in Oban centre, the hotel is a 2-minute walk from the seafront and Oban Ferry Terminal. Stylishly decorated with modern furniture and wooden flo..
The North Pier GB - PA34 5QD Oban
Long-standing seafood restaurant run by experienced owners, located on the harbourfront and offering great views over the bay from its floor to ceiling windows. Extensive menus focus on simply prepared, fresh local fish and shellfish.
104 George St GB - PA34 5NT Oban
Busy high street restaurant in a former bank, with a high ceiling, a stripped wooden floor and khaki fabric strips on the walls. Unfussy, modern cooking with good seasoning; local produce is key. 'Light bite' lunches are a steal.
GB - PA34 4XG Oban
Gallanach Rd GB - PA34 4LS Oban
GB - PA34 4XG Oban
Formal hotel restaurant in a beautiful setting, with panoramic views of the bay. Menus focus on the freshest seafood available, with Loch Fyne langoustines, Islay scallops and Gigha halibut; carnivores are also well-catered for.