Beaches and walking
We have three very different beach areas - the sheltered bay facing west (sit there with a glass of wine and watch the sun set over the Small Isles or have a barbeque...), a pebble beach facing east towards the head of the loch and a very special beach on the far side of the island - wonderful for picnics and it can usually be reached by foot at low tide or by kayak or boat at other times.
Forage at low tide on the foreshore for cockles, razor clams, mussels, winkles or seaweed or explore the rock pools to find shrimps or sea anemones.
Climb up to the hill lochs - chalet guests may fish for brown trout - or to the top of Roshven.
There are gentler walks along the edge of the loch or slightly further afield. You could try the Roshven Round, taking in three Corbetts and said to be one of the most beautiful coastal walks in Scotland - the views of Rhum and Eigg are amazing.