one of the prettiest villages in all Scotland!
On the shores of Loch Earn and a centre for sailing, diving and water skiing.
known also as the "shaky toun" due to its location on the Highland Fault!
the ancient capital of Strathearn and steeped in history.
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with its charming church and ancient monuments
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Scottish Tourist Board
ituated in the far western corner of Strathearn, the village of St. Fillans
is twelve miles from Crieff and five from Comrie. The journey between Comrie
and St Fillans is widely regarded to be one of the most scenic and truly
beautiful routes in central Scotland.
Until the early 1800s St. Fillans was known as Port of Lochearn or Meikleport, at which time it was a sleepy clachan (or hamlet), comprising a few thatched cottages, a limekiln, a brewery and of course, a distillery!
Take a look at our history section to find out more about this fascinating area of Scotland.
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