If you manage to become bored by boats and the seaside, try visiting the small village of Kilmartin just a few miles inland.
It's possible to go inside a couple of the burial cairns, though it's rather claustrophobic.
Presumably this area was once busy and bustling as a lot of manpower would have been needed to build the cairns but today it's a quiet, peaceful place with butterflies and sheep for company.
While it's obvious what the burial cairns were used for, some remains are not so easy to interpret.
Just what happened in a stone circle?
and what's the meaning behind these ring-marked rocks on a nearby hillside?
Near the rocks I found an on-going custom, presumably a variant on hammering a coin into a tree trunk for good luck.