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2019 is the Year of the Haggis!

The Robert Burns World Federation and The Scottish Federation of Meat Traders are delighted to celebrate 2019 as The Year of the Haggis
2019 may be the Year of the Haggis, but Oban has been celebrating our national dish all along! Between our annual Haggis Festival, the range of haggis dishes on our local menus an…

Food, food glorious food!

The recent Food Tourism event in Oban provided much food for thought and Michelle McAlly - OLTA's food blogger was there in person so read on for details of this inaugural event.

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Céad míle fáilte - Oban welcomes you back


Across our area tourism and hospitality businesses are getting back to what they do best - welcoming visitors to Argyll - the coastline of the Gaels.

The town has come together to launch a new Covid 19 visitor charter - #OBANMINDED - as everyone is determined that we will be a safe destination for those who live, work, study and visit Oban and Lorn.

Whilst some attractions, trips and tours are gently feeling their way back to full operation, most accommodation and our restaurants, pubs, cafes and retailers are open. Everyone is finding their feet so please be #ObanMinded this season.

Be #ObanMinded

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