- Mill Knowe
Campbeltown's harbour is in use by the fishing fleet and other commercial traffic and yachts.
By the waterfront is the 15th-century Campbeltown Cross.
Three miles away, Davaar Island, reached on foot at low tide, shelters the harbour, and on its south side is a magnificent restored cave-painting of the crucifixion, originally created by Archibald MacKinnon in 1887.
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