Applecross and the area has an abundance of historical places and monuments. The Heritage Centre has on display an array of artefacts and objects mainly from the 19th century. For those interested in finding out more about the history and culture of Applecross, this is a must visit. The recently excavated & presented broch is probably the most accessible and is at the side of the campsite. It is iron-age and is at least 2000 years old.
The Applecross House is from the early 17th century and was the seat of the MacKenzie Lairds of Applecross. It is not open to the public, but some of the outbuildings have been converted into holiday homes.
Tthe historical remains of buildings and townships lie all around. You will be able to pick up a leaflet on the history of Applecross's that will show the location of the Clearance & TB villages, round houses, Lime kilns, Farms, Mill Pond, Big House, and Broch.

Applecross is a place of tranquil beauty where you can relax and let your hair down. Its wonderful isolated and secluded sandy beaches make the perfect places to barbecue and have fun. In the evening the massive sky can give you a display of jewelled stars for endless gazing, If your lucky it's likely that you'll see shooting stars to make a wish on.