Oban is undoubtedly the most popular resort and touring centre in the Western Highlands. It is a largely Victorian town and its most striking feature, McCaig’s Tower, an unfinished replica of Rome’s Colosseum, dates from that period, as do most of the hotels and public buildings. But Dunollie Castle, a 13th century keep and courtyard fortress which sits at the northern end of the bay, is a reminder that Oban was of strategic importance for much longer than the last century.
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