Garelochhead and the peninsula have a number of important and interesting landmarks.
The War Memorial stands opposite Cove Burgh Hall and commemorates those who were killed in the First and Second World Wars.
At Portkil, buildings used in the two wars can still be visited, including batteries and pill boxes.
Between these landmarks and on the shore at Kilcreggan, Tut Tut sit at the water’s edge.
Moorland and Forest run along the top of the peninsula, and at the southern end is the area of Clach MacKenny, where a trig point can be found.
At the northwestern corner of the peninsula is the Coulport Royal Naval Armaments Depot, with its dry docklocated out on Loch Long.