A short drive of 20 minutes from Balloch, takes us to the scenic village of Luss located on the west bank of Loch Lomond. This small village was established in the 18th and 19th century and has a row of quaint cottages that you would walk through as you make your way to the loch shore. Luss, just off the highway is a convenient stop for tourist heading north towards the highland region. An allocation of half hour would suffice for some picturesque photos here.
A little bit of Luss.
No, you do not get a chance to park besides the residential cottages. Those are the resident’s vehicles.
Some of the lovely cottages in Luss. It’s located just on this short ‘un-named’ street leading to the shore of Loch Lomond.
The short street leading to Loch Lomond shore and pier.
Loch Lomond shore.
The pier at Luss for water activities.
On the pier looking towards the street and the lovely cottages.
Water activities available at the pier.
Loch Lomond Arms at the entrance of the street.
Loch Lomond Arms overlooking the hill.
B&B on the same street of the cottages.
Autumn leaves along the street.
Tree planted by villagers of Luss to commemorate the longest reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.
Luss village hall.
Other posts from this blog :
- Day 12 – Tuileries Garden, Paris, France
- Day 21 – Galata Bridge, Istanbul, Turkey
- Day 22 – Gulhane Park (Pt 2), Istanbul, Turkey
- Day 22 – Hippodrome, Istanbul, Turkey
- Balloch, Scotland
- Shinsaibashi Shopping Street, Osaka