There is no shortage of activities to get involved in here in Applecross. The most popular seems to be eating and drinking. But, fishing either from the sandy beach or pier or from any of the many lochs on the surrounding hill side is available for free. The coast is perfect for sea canoeing and kayaking, with many places to embark and disembark, it should be easy from where ever you're staying.

Applecross has a maze of low level walks where you can bird & wildlife watch, the walks vary in length and suitability for all ages and abilities. And with more paths being constructed all the time, the Applecross peninsular is one of the most accessible areas of the North West Highlands. The high level walks are accessible when not snow covered and if your stamina is up to it you will be rewarded by some of the most stunning views around.

Wind surfing, Power kite surfing and dingy sailing are becoming more popular as each year goes by, although you will have to bring along your own equipment. Applecross bay is perfect for swimming if you're brave, if not paddling in the sandy shallow bay will keep the kids happy for hours. The miles of rugged coastline and beaches are perfect for Bouldering and Beach Combing. You can explore the caves and isolated coves, collect shells or just take in the scenery.

Applecross has two large bike races each year more than 500 cyclists attempt the journey over the Bealach road, don't worry if you bring your bike you'll not be expected to compete, but there are plenty of mountain tracks where you'll be able to test your stamina and nerve.

Applecross is the ultimate adventure play ground for kids and big kids alike.