A highly recommended tour if near Glasglow
After about 30 minutes by ferry, with lovely views of the bay, we got to at Rothesay, the capital of the Isle of Bute .It can be accessed by the north, on a ferry 6 minutes for the Argyll. The island, 15 miles long by about 4 miles wide, has natural landscapes that are varied, from its most urban, Rothesay, a tiny town with its own castle and several historic buildings, to beaches where we saw seals and the occasional dolphin. On our tour, we also saw noble houses, but mostly scenery and tranquility, being one of the quietest places we saw. The island can be seen in a day, if we start running early, you could even do a circular route if we went out to the south and the north of it .