Villages, Towns & Cities in and around the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.Aberfoyle | Arden | Ardlui-Inverarnan | Balloch | Balmaha | Balquhidder | Brig O Turk | Callander | Crianlarich | Doune | Drymen | Garelochhead | Gartmore | Helensburgh | Inchmurrin Island | Inveraray | Inverarnan | Inverbeg | Inversnaid | Killearn | Killin | Kinlochard | Lochearnhead | Lochgoilhead | Luss | Port Of Menteith | Rowardennan | St. Fillans | Stirling | Strathyre | Stronachlachar | Tarbet-Arrochar | Thornhill | Tyndrum
Located on Loch Lomond, Inchmurrin is the largest & most southerly of the islands on Loch Lomond. Privately owned the Inchmurrin Island has self catering properties, a restaurant and hotel. Visitors to Inchmurrin have the freedom to roam and explore the many walks and beaches. The island is formed along the Highland Boundary fault line, with the area to the west of the fault designated a site of special scientific interest due to the mature Alder and Holly woodland.
Inchmurrin was the site of a 7th century monastery, with a chapel dedicated to Saint Mirin, after whom it was named.It has a total of forty nine archaeological sites including the remains of Lennox Castle, which dates back to the fourteenth century.