the Holy Loch

Nestled on the edge of Argyll Forest park, the mouth of Holy Loch opens onto the
Firth of Clyde, western Scotland, not far from Glasgow.
Dunoon sits just to the south of the loch, and Sandbank on the Southern shore, part of the Cowal peninsula. With Kilmun on the North shore and the Holy Loch nature reserve at the head of the loch joining the River Eachaig. Strone sits on the North Eastern corner, adjoining Loch Long with Blairmore to the North.

the historic Loch

On the Northern shore of 'the Holy Loch' evidence suggests a church existed there in the 6th or 7th century. Historic Kilmun takes its name from St Munnu and during the 15th century became a significant religious centre, hence the name: Holy Loch.

About the Holy Loch