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The Isle of Bute lies off the Cowal Peninsula in the Firth of Clyde. Historically it was a county in its own right, along with the Isles of Arran and the Cumbraes, however today it forms part of Argyll & Bute.

Route From To Length
A844 Kames Bay Circular route via Rothesay and Kingarth 22.0 miles View
A845 Rothesay Kingarth 6.7 miles View
A886 Strachur Port Bannatyne 27 miles View
B8000 Auchebreck Port Bannatyne View
B875 St Colmac Ettrick Bay 1.9 miles View
B877 Rothesay Ettrick Bay 5.0 miles View
B878 Rothesay Milton 2.0 miles View
B879 Ballianlay St Colmac View
B880 Milton Ambrismore 9.4 miles View
B881 Rothesay Kilchatten Bay 4.3 miles View 


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Pages in category ‘Bute’

The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total.