The Applecross peninsula is a peninsula in Wester Ross, Highland, on the north west coast of Scotland. Applecross is the name for the whole peninsula and the community is made up of the various crofting townships from North to south namely; Ardheslaig, Kenmore, Fearnabeag, Fearnamor, Cuaig, Lonbain, Applecross Bay & Shore St, Milltown, Camusteil, Camusterrach, Culduie, Ard Dubh & Toscaig. The Gaelic name for the area, ‘a Chomraich’, means ‘The Sanctuary’.
Applecross itself was one of earliest seats of Christianity in Scotland, and the main community here is a tranquil village providing a contrast to the surrounding scenery.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.