The village of Luss is situated just 10 miles south of Tarbet on the western shore of Loch Lomond.

This pretty conservation area was founded in medieval times, though the land can be traced back to the 19th century as a quarry village.

This can be seen it its sandstone and slate cottages, as seen in garlanded in successful Scottish TV soap “High Road”. which undoubtedly contributed to its popularity during the 1980s and 1990s.
Luss is notable for its 19th-century parish church with feature Victorian stained-glass windows.

Modern-day Luss is a popular stopping-off point for visitors exploring the Loch Lomond area. with a championship golf course, and easy access to the rest of Loch Lomond.

Discover the magic of Scottish myths, legends, and fantasies on the enchanting Loch Lomond Faerie Trail. A delightful day out for all the family, and an exciting adventure for young children, the Loch Lomond Faerie Trail invites visitors to discover the mystical “homes” of Scotland’s famous faeries.

But, if you’re in search of a more adult-friendly day out, why not take a stroll along the Luss Heritage Path? Enjoy a walk around the village with a babbling river, and incredible countryside views, with the walk taking approximately one hour.

Learn more about Luss at Visit Scotland